Amber Heard to share ‘her truth’ about domestic abuse in explosive memoir
Hollywood star Amber Heard is considering writing her autobiography.
the danish girl The actress is reportedly keen to start “sharing her truth” with an explosive all-out memoir, in which she will open up about her turbulent two-year marriage to Johnny Depp and their bitter court battle after she successfully sued him for defamation. Lawsuit was filed. She wrote about being a victim of domestic abuse in an op-ed, reports aceshowbiz.com,
The 37-year-old actress—who currently lives in Madrid, Spain—is seeking around $15 million for her story with her two-year-old daughter Oonagh, but has refused to speak out after being harassed online during her trial last year. According to RadarOnline.com’s sources.
The insider said: “She will not be silenced. She feels she was treated horribly during the trial. She feels she is the victim here.”
Meanwhile, Camille Vasquez, one of the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor’s lawyers for the trial, recently admitted that she has thought about writing a book about the legal battle, but nothing is in the works at the moment. Not there.
“We’ve thought about it,” he told People magazine. Ben [Chew, co-counsel] And I joked that we should write a book together, maybe about the trial. I feel like my story is probably half written. I feel like there is a lot more to do. While testing was an important part of my career…the real story of who I am and my path, there is still much more to be written and done. I have a title in mind. May be one day.”
Camille and the rest of Johnny’s legal team have been in contact with the 59-year-old actor “frequently” since the trial and plan to attend one of his Hollywood Vampires gigs later this summer. He said: “The last time I spoke [Johnny] We spoke on the phone maybe a few months ago, but we text often.”
“We have a group that messages with him and we send emails, obviously congratulating him on the success he’s had last year. He’s got a big birthday coming up, so I’m sure he’ll be celebrating – ft. Up because, as you’ve probably seen, reported in the news, unfortunately our boy has fractured, I believe, his ankle.”