Amber Heard interview - live: Actor says ‘she did right thing’ and talks about feelings for Johnny Depp

Amber Heard has given her first interview since losing a multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

After meeting with NBC's Savannah Guthrie last week, bits of the interview were previewed on the Today show,

with the whole interview airing at 8 p.m. EST on June 17th.

Heard says she will "to my dying day" stick by her evidence in the trial, but she believes that with the trial being broadcast on social media

even the most well-intentioned juror would have had a hard time avoiding it.

Heard confesses she didn't feel confident before the verdict because she "spoke truth to power" and paid the price, calling the trial "humiliating" and feeling "less than human."

She admitted that she and Depp appeared to the average person to be spoiled "Hollywood brats," but she insists that her case was about free expression

Guthrie pressed Heard on her own behavior during the relationship, and she admitted to doing and saying "terrible, regrettable things," but that she "always told the truth."

Depp sued Heard for $50 million after she implied in a Washington Post op-ed that he assaulted her.

 She filed a counterclaim for $100 million, accusing him of waging a "smear campaign" against her.