The Charlotte Hornets forward was arrested in Los Angeles on Wednesday and booked on a felony domestic violence warrant.
Heard was seen breaking into laughter following an audience interruption in the resurfaced video from November 2011.
Several readers questioned whether the man's deliberate, continuous interruption of his wife's sleep constituted a form of abuse.
Smollett and Heard have faced heavy criticism across social media for their respective court battles and sit-down interviews.
"I said, 'You do realize you could have killed me, right? And his response to me was, 'Well, I didn't think it was gonna go that far,'" she said.
"A mutual friend of ours and I were speaking, and he said, 'I haven't seen Johnny smile like that in six years,'" said attorney Vasquez.
"I can change his life," said Normani of Brown when she was still a part of Fifth Harmony. "I can help him."
Heard's interview with Savannah Guthrie—her first since her court battle with Johnny Depp—pulled in less-than-stellar numbers, it has been revealed.
"One thing I'm not is vindictive," said Heard in her interview with Savannah Guthrie.
In a statement released ahead of Amber Heard's Savannah Guthrie interview airing in full, a rep said Johnny Depp is "looking to move forward with his life."
"The jury heard all of your defenses, all of your attempts to poke holes in the credibility of these people, and they rejected them," Kelly said of Heard.
"I loved him with all my heart," Heard told Savannah Guthrie of Depp. "And I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn't."
"She still wants him in her life—even if it's in a negative way," said Cooper Lawrence. "They have a toxic relationship and she clearly wants to continue it."
"I'm not a good victim. I get it," Heard told Savannah Guthrie. "I'm not a perfect victim. But when I testified, I asked the jury to just see me as human."
The partially deaf husband received backlash from users on Mumsnet for his behavior, which "crossed the line."
"Every single day I passed... city blocks lined with people holding signs saying, 'Burn the witch,' 'Death to Amber,'" Heard told Savannah Guthrie.
"The jury looked at the evidence you presented, they listened to your testimony and they did not believe you," NBC's Savannah Guthrie told Heard.
"I actually understand," Heard told Savannah Guthrie of the jury ruling in Depp's favor. "He's a beloved character and people feel they know him."
Heard has given her first post-trial interview to "Today" co-host Guthrie, whose husband, Michael Feldman, was a consultant for Johnny Depp's legal team.
"It's unfortunate and it's disappointing, but at the same time it kind of comes with the territory," said attorney Vasquez of the Depp dating speculation.
"It's just not good to not be honest," Rogan said, as he weighed in on Johnny Depp's court victory over ex-wife Amber Heard.
"As we both made clear in our respective closings, this was never about money for Mr. Depp. This was about restoring his reputation," attorney Ben Chew said.
With Johnny Depp's defamation trial against Amber Heard now concluded, social media accounts are starting to redirect their focus to Manson, a friend of the actor.
In a video viewed more than 13 million times in the hours since its anticipated debut, Depp has focused heavily on one particular area of his career.
"There were a few jurors who were dozing off," said stenographer Judy Bellinger about those tasked with presenting life-changing verdicts during the trial.
As his long-running legal battle with ex-wife Jolie continues, Pitt has requested a trial by jury—prompting many to anticipate another celebrity court showdown.
"Yeah no bro... not the same. You still suck," one user exclaimed.
Heard was sued for $50 million by Depp, who said he was defamed by her op-ed on domestic violence. She countersued for $100 million and won $2 million.
Depp had sued ex-wife Heard for $50 million over a 2018 op-ed published by "The Washington Post," in which she said she was a domestic abuse survivor.