Breaking the NDA 

One of Heard's greatest talents...breaking the law. 

This will outline every single time she has mentioned, referenced, talked about, or used her divorce and allegations to further her career or gain attention for herself. 

The incidents are numerous, and each time she received support from the exact people and groups that should be against her. 

 Her Articles 

 The Hollywood Reporter

"She’s a sharp, book-loving activist, but the actress is still best known for her stunning exterior (or that tumultuous marriage to Johnny Depp and whirlwind romance with Musk). But with the lead female role in 'Aquaman,' that's about to change."

The Washington Post

"I was exposed to abuse at a very young age. I knew certain things early on, without ever having to be told. I knew that men have the power — physically, socially and financially — and that a lot of institutions support that arrangement. I knew this long before I had the words to articulate it, and I bet you learned it young, too.

Like many women, I had been harassed and sexually assaulted by the time I was of college age. But I kept quiet — I did not expect filing complaints to bring justice. And I didn’t see myself as a victim."

Porter Women Gala

On a night when women across Hollywood came together to commemorate a year since the #MeToo movement shook the entertainment industry, Amber Heard shared an open letter from “some of the most painful and difficult times in my life.”

At the Incredible Women gala hosted by Porter Magazine on Tuesday night, Heard read aloud from an open letter she had written for the publication in December of 2016, shortly after filing for divorce from ex-husband Johnny Depp. Heard alleged that the actor had physically and emotionally abused her, which Depp denied. She donated her entire divorce settlement to domestic violence and children’s charities.

 Her Videos 

Amber speaking at the One Young World summit.

Amber speaking on the RTL Late Night show.

Amber reading Brock Turner's victim's letter.

Amber talking about human rights.

Amber getting a Woman of the Year award in 2017.


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