Here’s what Amber Heard said when TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie asked the actress about the $7 million she had claimed to have donated to charity:
I made a pledge and that pledge is made over time by its nature.
Guthrie then interjected:
When you say ‘I donated’, you know that everybody thinks that you’ve donated it, not that you’ve pledged it. So, for the jury, do you think they felt like that was you getting caught in a lie?
I don’t know because I feel like so much of the trial was meant to cast dispersions on who I am as a human, my credibility, to call me a liar in every way you can.
Amber Heard gets herself all caught up in her own lies
Guthrie then pressed the issue, saying:
That was the trial. It was the credibitiy contest. That was it.
Heard then replied, and this was when she finally admitted that she did lie in court under oath:
This is another one of the examples where if you pull back and you think about it, I shouldn’t have to have donated it in an effort to be believed. I shouldn’t have had to earmark the entirety of that.
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