Amber Heard’s sit-down interview is now underway on NBC’s “Dateline” — three weeks after the “Aquaman” actress lost her bombshell defamation case towards ex-husband Johnny Depp.

The full interview with Savannah Guthrie aired after a number of teasers had been dropped all through the week.

Despite the jury ruling earlier this month that Heard, 36, had smeared her “Pirates of the Caribbean” ex with the abuse allegations, she insisted she stands by “every word” of her testimony.

In reality, Heard doubled down on the allegations that Depp abused her throughout their “ugly” marriage — and bluntly accused him of mendacity after he repeatedly denied her claims on the stand through the six-week trial.

At one level within the interview, Guthrie famous that Depp testified he’d by no means struck Heard throughout their relationship and that “not one girl has come ahead and mentioned he bodily hit them.”

Heard responded by hinting that Depp’s other exes may have been too afraid to publicly accuse him of alleged abuse.

In this file photo taken on May 3, 2022 US actor Johnny Depp looks on during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia.
Amber Heard insists ex-husband Johnny Depp abused her throughout their rocky relationship.
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“Look what occurred to me after I got here ahead. Would you?” she mentioned.

She went on to clarify her motivation for talking out publicly after being probed by Guthrie.

“One factor I can inform you is one factor I’m not is vindictive. There’s no a part of me that sees any … This could be a very awful solution to get vengeance,” Heard mentioned.

“You know, Savannah, as foolish as it’s to say this out loud … my objective, the one factor I might hope for at this level, is I simply need folks to see me as a human being.”

This image released by NBC News shows journalist Savannah Guthrie, right, during an exclusive interview with actor Amber Heard, airing Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday, June 15 on NBC's "Today" show and Friday, June 17 on "Dateline NBC."
Amber Heard prompt Johnny Depp’s former companions are too afraid to confess he was abusive.
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Heard also admitted she “absolutely” still loves Depp and bears “no dangerous emotions” towards him.

Asked if there was one factor she wished the jury might have seen through the trial, Heard mentioned there are documents from her doctor that “represented years, years of real-time explanations of what was occurring.”

“There’s a binder value of years of notes relationship again to 2011 from the very starting of my relationship that had been taken by my physician, who I used to be reporting the abuse to,” Heard mentioned at one level within the interview.

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