Amber Heard today said it was "incredibly painful" to relieve the "traumatic" details of her split with Johnny Depp at the end of the explosive three-week trial.
The Aquaman star, 34, read a statement outside the High Court where she has accused Depp, 57, of attacking her 14 times over three years.
Wearing a black skirt and top, Heard said she just "wanted to move on with my life" and described her pain at the "traumatic and intimate details" of her life being "broadcast to the entire world".
The actress also said she stands by her testimony as she thanked her legal team, police and the "outpouring" of support from around the world.
It comes after Depp earlier gave out handwritten notes thanking fans for supporting him during the high-profile case.
The brown envelopes contained a black and white bandana similar to the one he has been sporting during the case.
Emotional Amber Heard says it was ‘incredibly painful’ to relive Johnny Depp break-up in bombshell trial
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