'Therapists NEVER write like this': Internet sleuths say Amber Heard may have written 'abuse' notes

'There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011, from the very beginning of my relationship,' said Amber Heard about her therapy notes


                            'Therapists NEVER write like this': Internet sleuths say Amber Heard may have written 'abuse' notes
Amber Heard explained that the notes represent the abuse she suffered at the hands of Johnny Depp (@TODAY/YouTube, Dateline NBC)
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Amber Heard just cannot seem to hit the jackpot with her continued allegations, and still portrays herself to be a victim of domestic violence. After the jury settled the defamation case and deemed both Amber Hear and Johnny Depp responsible for defamation, Heard went on to give an exclusive interview with NBC's Savannah Guthrie. Instantly, people were sick and tired of it and asked her not to fixate on it and advised her to move on. The post-trial interview was extremely important for the fans as it was Heard's first time openly speaking about everything. 

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During this interview, the actress repeated most of her testimonies from the trials, and also introduced a lot of notes that were reportedly from her therapists. "There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011, from the very beginning of my relationship, that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to," said the 'Aquaman' actress in her interview with Guthrie. She explained that the notes represent the abuse she suffered at the hands of Johnny Depp and continued, "Her notes represented years of real-time explanations of what was going on." The notes, credible or not, were instantly put under the microscope by some eager fans and called Amber Heard out in a jiffy. 

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The reason why these notes weren't submitted into evidence during the trial was that there was a huge risk of them being discredited as 'hearsay.' Hence, this is the first time that Heard's legal team made this evidence public. In the first part of the interview, the 36-year-old actress seemed determined and said that she would stick to her testimony until her "dying day." Even since the trial began, she has been slammed on the Internet for allegedly faking pictures of her injury and even using make-up to make herself look like a victim. Now, let's see what the Internet has to say about Amber Heard's therapy notes.

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Heard’s legal team was unable to admit the documents into evidence in the highly publicized trial due to “hearsay.” (Credits: Deadline/NBC)

'Therapists never write like this'

One user who claims to be a therapist hersef wrote, "I was a therapist for a decade. I worked in child protection and DV and hospitals. Therapists never write like this. We use short form notes, under headings, with lots of abbreviations and acronyms. This is so obviously a layperson’s imagining of what therapist notes look like." Another user compared some letters and said, "Suspicious similarities between Amber Heard’s handwriting and her “therapist” notes… pay particular attention to the way the ‘e’, ‘f’ and ‘th’ is written."

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One user wrote, "I can’t see clearly the therapist notes but comparing these notes to johnnys therapist and the marriage counsellor and their difficulties with their shorthand notes I would say these are written by her. No way a therapist would be able to write like this when someone is talking." Another user wrote, "This one is a good example of the slant in the t for hit, th for threw etc etc. I'm all for survivors speaking out but when truth ends up surfacing we can't turn a blind eye to things not adding up. As a survivor of DV it's exhausting what she's done and continues to do."

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One user clarified that therapists do not write long sentences during a therapy session and said, "Clinical notes are not written like a narrative. Imagine all that sh*te spilling from her gob and a therapist writing like the devil to keep up and still being able to maintain that flowing cursive." Another user wrote, "Do we know who this therapist is? Could have he been a witness in stand for her? I thought the same as I saw the „notes“, that this will never will be written by a doctor or therapist. I have worked as a healthcare manager and never saw notes like this. Too much words."

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