For a 'Dateline' interview, Amber Heard provides a binder of therapist notes describing claimed abuse by Johnny Depp.

A 20-minute preview of Amber Heard: After the Verdict is now live on Peacock.

In this portion (following parts one and two on Today this week), Heard insists she was abused by her ex-husband, despite a Fairfax, Va., jury not believing her abuse claims.

She gave the news outlet a binder of therapist's notes documenting the alleged abuse from 2012 to 2016.

"There's a binder of notes dating back to 2011 from the beginning of my relationship that were taken by my doctor," Heard claimed.

The judge found Heard's therapist's materials were hearsay during the six-week trial, which ended June 1. Guthrie and NBC News noted that Heard was talking about physical abuse in 2012.

In 2012, Heard's therapist noted that Depp "struck" and "threw" her. He "torn her nightgown" and "threw her on the bed" eight months later. In 2013, Heard claims Depp "threw her against a wall and threatened to murder her."

Heard: "Her notes were years of real-time explanations" Depp denies Heard's abuse allegations.

His spokeswoman said, "While Johnny is seeking to move forward with his life, the defendant and her team are back to reiterating, reinventing, and re-litigating topics that have already been determined by the Court and a jury verdict in Johnny's favour."

Much of the conversation was previously shown on Today, but Heard claimed Depp physically harmed her. "Of course, I will," she answered. "I know my situation. Survivor. I'll stand by my testimony till I die.

Guthrie noted that Depp's lawyers stated no other women from his former relationships said he was abusive. Heard said, "Look what happened when I spoke out." What?

Guthrie questioned Heard on Depp's abuse claims. Heard stated, "I was hit for a long period before I could protect myself."

"When violence becomes normal, you must adjust, as I've said. You adapt. I'd do anything to avoid a broken nose or sore cheek. Heard said she wasn't vengeful when asked why she was speaking up. It's a terrible way to gain revenge.

She continued, "I simply want to be seen as a person." Heard plans to appeal, then go on with her life. Heard, who welcomed a baby last year, added, "I look forward to living my life." I'll keep my head up.

Michael Feldman, Guthrie's husband, advised Depp's legal team. The Today anchor revealed this last week, but she's been criticised for interviewing Heard.

Both worked on The Rum Diary. Heard filed a domestic violence restraining order after their 2015 divorce. In 2018, Heard wrote in the Washington Post, "I became a public figure representing domestic abuse

 and I felt our culture's fury for women who speak out." Depp sued her for slander despite her not naming him.

On June 1, a jury found Heard guilty for defamation and awarded Depp $10.35 million. Separately, the jury decided that Depp defamed Heard through his lawyer Adam Waldman. She won $2m.

A jury explained to GMA why the panel reached its conclusion. Before the U.S. trial, which enthralled the nation

the High Court of London decided against Depp in a defamation lawsuit he brought against The Sun for publishing on the abuse allegations.

In 2020, it was found that calling Depp a "wife beater" in an article is not defamatory because 12 of 14 reported attacks on Ms. Heard "had been substantiated to the civil standard."