Two years after she accused the actor of physically beating her, the star spoke to Marie Claire U.K. to talk about her female lovers — and take a dig at her most famous male ex.
The blonde, 32 – whose other exes include photographer Tasya Van Ree and Tesla founder Elon Musk – is now on the hunt for a better relationship and admitted her friends have warned her off many of her partners in the past.
Then, she turned to Depp, just one day after RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed he accused her — in new court papers — of play acting his alleged domestic violence against her before they finalized their divorce last year.
Asked if her pals know someone is bad for her before she does, she said: "Yeah. It was a running joke among my small group of friends — they call me Calamity. With Tasya, they'd say, 'That was weird, but it's not going to get weirder'."
Hinting her relationship with Depp, 52, was more bizarre than the one with Van Ree, 42, she added: "And then…"
Radar readers know Depp has long denied he ever hit Heard, but admitted he did pay her a large amount of cash to drop the charges and end their marriage — for the sake of his kids.
"There's something to be said about who one is drawn to. I'm not necessarily drawn to... healthy," continued the Justice League actress. "But I have hope. I hope to find an honest attraction to someone who is healthy. I very much want that."
Asked if she has better taste in women than men, she also told the magazine: "Hell yeah. Hell yeah. Hell yeah."
While Amber has faced a backlash for being open about her bisexuality, she insisted she would never have faked a heterosexual relationship. "People talk about coming out and feeling a sense of relief. I listen to them with a bit of jealousy because my experience was the opposite," she said. "It was devastatingly hard and I suffered greatly for it."
"When people talk about coming out, I wasn't ever in," she explained. "If a man had come into my life at that point, with whom I could have escaped the highly politicized and misinformed narrative, I'd have loved that. But it needed to be authentic."
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