Amber Heard’s major slip-up in first tell-all interview edited out?

Amber Heard’s first tell-all interview since the defamation trial has been sparking massive debate on social media as fans slam the broadcasters for editing out the actor’s major slip-up.

During her conversation with NBC Host Savannah Guthrie, the 36-year-old actor insisted on being the victim of domestic abuse as she revealed a ‘binder full of therapist’s notes’ to prove that abused her during their marriage.

“As I testedified 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,” the actor said during the actual conversation.

However, fans were quick to notice that the producers released an edited version of the conversation.

As I testedified on the stand about this is that when your life is at risk not only you will 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 luxury of saying hey this is black and white,” she was quoted in the final cut of the interview.

The phrase “resources that say you or I do with the” was missing in the final version.

“So NBC edited Amber Heard’s interview to take out a slip-up she had that made her look bad. They cut out the part where she says victims of abuse “don’t have the resources that YOU OR I DO,” where she is Basically excluding HERSELF from that victim group. Why is that NBC?” one user asked.

“#AmberHeard’s new interview is exactly why the trial needed to be televised live & unedited. The full dateline interview actually edited out the slip up about the resources she has that DV victims don’t!” another wrote.

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