Amber Heard has reportedly been in the thought process of "sharing her truth" as she plans to divulge on her side of the story following her high-octane legal battle with her ex-husband Johnny Depp.
According to RadarOnline.com, the Aquaman star is reportedly looking to pen her defamation battle with the Pirates of the Caribbean star's in the form of a tell-all memoir.
The insider revealed that the actress is reportedly asking for $15 million in a bid to go public with her version of events of the trial, which televised to the world of the former couple’s toxic relationship that lasted from 2015 to 2017.
A source explained that Heard had no plans of being silent on the matter despite being subjected to social media trolls online along with death threats she faced as her explosive court battle unfolded.
"She won't be silenced," the source said.
"She feels she was treated very badly during the trial."
"She feels like she's the victim here," the insider elaborated, adding that the actress has become increasingly frustrated with being dubbed a "liar" by her critics while Depp made a full comeback in his Hollywood career.
For the unversed, Depp was awarded $10 million and $5 million in compensatory damages and punitive damages respectively, with the latter being reduced to $350,000 after it was found that Heard made defamatory claims in her Washington Post op-ed which accused Depp of domestic violence.
Meanwhile, Heard won $2 million for her countersuit but, in the process, lost what was left of her career as she reportedly quit Hollywood and moved to Spain with her daughter for a more quiet life.