Amber Heard trolled for referencing ‘the Greeks’ during NBC interview (VIDEO)

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Johnny Depp’s former wife, Hollywood actress Amber Heard seems unable to move on with her life  following the defamation trial of the social media century which saw her lose to Depp, as she’s doing the media rounds.

As if the trolling during the trial wasn’t enough, Heard is being trolled again, following a bizarre NBC interview on the Today Show where she insisted on accusing Johnny Depp of physically abusing her, something that could lead her to more legal problems.

During the interview with Savannah Guthrie, the 36-year-old actress stated that she spoke “truth to power” throughout her trial, and in a display of intellectual prowess references the Greeks in the context of free speech:

“The First Amendment protects speech … it doesn’t protect lies that amount to defamation.” said Guthrie.

Heard responded:

“Free speech does not protect you if you go into a crowded theatre and you scream ‘fire.’ We get the concept of free speech from the Greeks. My understanding of what that means is not just the freedom to speak, it’s a freedom to speak truth to power.”

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That statement referencing the Greeks was enough to start a new barrage of  trolling and tweets mocking he:

Twitter user @colonelkurtz99 wrote: FAVORITE PART of the interview was #AmberHeard’s truncated attempt at a disquisition on classical ancient Greek rhetorical & political theory.
Notice they cut her off awkwardly, no doubt because what came out of her mouth after the edit was likely incomprehensible drivel.

@SUZANNEROTH3 wrote:
 It’s a shame Johnny Depp has some new legal issues to deal with because Amber Heard is defaming him again on national TV. The woman is quite ill mentally just like the psychologist pretty much said. I want to thank Amber for letting me know the Greeks gave me free speech.

@loveslifeliveit wrote:
Amber Heard is a disgusting sociopath grasping on to any movement she can for her own pathetic gain. Now it’s the Greek’s. Get help.  

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