• Amber Heard is defending herself after losing her trial
  • She was found guilty of defaming her ex Johnny Depp
  • Now Heard says she has "notes" proving she didn't lie

The trial around Amber Heard and Johnny Depp is finally over. Amber was found guilty of defamation and must pay several million dollars to Depp.

The trial may be finished, but the Aquaman actress is still fighting to prove that Johnny Depp was violent toward her. She claims the proof is in her therapist's notes.

After the trial: Amber Heard reveals new evidence

Amber Heard says that as early as 2011, she spoke in her therapy sessions about the violence she endured in her turbulent marriage to the Hollywood star. In the court case, however, the documents were not admitted as evidence because the judge dismissed them as rumours.

In her new interview with NBC host Savannah Guthrie, Amber Heard now explained: "There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011, from the very beginning of my relationship, that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to."

Also interesting:

Amber Heard described the therapy notes as "years of real-time explanations of what was going on." Back in 2012, Amber reportedly told her therapist that the Pirates of the Caribbean star "hit her" and "threw her on the floor."

In 2013, a note said Johnny "threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her." It's possible Heard could make the documents public to prove her allegations after all – despite losing the trial.

The Depp–Heard trial came to an end early this month, but their dispute seems to be far from over...

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