Amber Heard vows to stand by every word of her testimony against Johnny Depp

Amber Heard has promised that she will continue to fight for her cause until she takes her last breath, after losing a defamation case brought by her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

The Aquaman star has spoken for the first time as she claimed to tell nothing but the truth during the trial that lasted for six weeks in Fairfax, Virginia.

Speaking to NBC News' Savannah Guthrie, the actress went on to say that throughout the trial she had been humiliated after seeing the outpouring of support for Johnny Depp.

When asked about telling the truth, she said: "To my dying day will stand by every word of my testimony.

"That's all I spoke and I spoke it to power and I paid the price."

But Amber went on to add that she felt so far removed from humanity after fans swarmed the courthouse to showcase their support for Depp, with the actress saying she "felt less than human".

During her explosive chat with the American network, she continued: "I think the vast majority of this trial was played out on social media.

"I think that this trial is an example of that gone haywire, gone amok, and the jury is not immune to that… How could they not? I think even the most well-intentioned juror, it would have been impossible to avoid this."

The actress said that her life was at risk, and she took the blame for things that she wouldn't normally have done so.

She told NBC: "As I testified on the stand about this, is that when your life is at risk, not only will you take the blame for things that you shouldn't take the blame for.

"But when you’re in an abusive dynamic, psychologically, emotionally and physically, you don't have the resources that, say, you or I do, with the luxury of saying, 'Hey, this is black and white, because it's anything but when you're living in it.'"

The star also took into account her actions during their relationship, saying she "did do and say horrible, regrettable things" before admitting she was "almost unrecognisable".

She said: "I talked about being pushed to the extent where I didn't even know the difference between right and wrong.

"I will always continue to feel like I was a part of this like I was the other half of this relationship because I was."

Amver went on to say while their relationship was "beautiful" it could also be extremely toxic with the actress later admitting to making "a lot of mistakes".

Amber's interview airs Wednesday, June 15 on NBC's TODAY and Friday, June 17 on Dateline NBC 8 p.m. / 7 p.m. CT.

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