In a 20-minute excerpt from an interview with US journalist Savannah Guthrie, Amber Heard renewed her allegations of violence against her ex-husband Johnny Depp.

As evidence, she produced notes from a doctor to whom she had reported the alleged abuse: “There is a folder of years of notes going back to 2011, from the beginning of my relationship, made by my doctor, to whom I was told by the abuse reported”.

The notes are said to show that Depp hit Heard and threatened to kill her.

In the libel trial that pitted the ex-couple for a month and a half, Amber Heard’s attorneys failed to produce the folder as credible evidence. Heard also said in the interview that Depp lied in court.

Commenting on the renewed allegations, a rep for Johnny Depp said the actor just wanted to move forward, according to the New York Post.

“It is unfortunate that while Johnny wants to get on with his life, the defendant and her team are once again busy repeating things (…) that have already been decided by the court and there is a verdict that has been unanimously and unequivocally passed by the The jury found in Johnny’s favor,” the statement said.

In the preview for the interview, the actress also affirms that she’s not vindictive: “I just want people to see me as a person.” Also, Heard “doesn’t hold any bad feelings or resentments” toward Depp, “I did my best to make a deeply broken relationship work again, but I couldn’t,” she said.

In a snippet of the interview published Wednesday, Heard said she loves Depp. However, she will stand by her statement until the day she dies, she quoted the Daily Mail as saying: “I am here as a survivor”. She also didn’t want a process to take place at all and for this to become part of the public.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been accused of domestic violence in court. The jury decided in favor of Depp, but also agreed with Heard on some points. The actress has to pay him more than eight million dollars in damages.

The entire interview will be broadcast on Friday evening at 8 p.m. local time (2 a.m. German time) on the American broadcaster NBC’s “Dateline” program.