Amber Heard wrote a Touching Letter to her Ex-Husband Johnny Depp - There’s Nothing More to Lose
Amber Heard Writes A Revelation About Her Ex-Husband Johnny Depp - "There's Nothing Left To Lose". My career is about to end with litigation.
Actress Amber Heard, 36, is yet to banish ex-husband Johnny Depp, 59, from her life, even as the couple's heavy litigation is completed and the verdict has been announced.
A source inside Heard said OK! Magazine that Heard sees his Hollywood career is over.
Amber Heard was disappointed with the court's decision Photo: AFP
- He has started preparations for writing the book and is excited about the project. At this point, he has nothing to lose, a source inside Heard said, adding that Heard wants to “tell it all”.
Elaine Bredehoft, a lawyer who defended Heard in court, said earlier that Heard could not afford to pay compensation to her ex-husband and that Heard would certainly appeal the verdict. According to NY Post, Heard's net assets are estimated to be approximately $ 1.5-2.5 million (approximately EUR 1.4-2.3 million).
Amber Heard's attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, said after the trial that Heard would not be able to pay compensation to Johnny Depp and that Heard would certainly appeal the verdict.
Aquaman actress Amber Heard, according to NY Post, also surprisingly missed pictures of the paparazzi shopping for clothes at a regular TJ Maxx department store, which is known to have prices that are often cheaper than discount stores and other chains.
Mirror said earlier that Heard's career in Hollywood could be rocky from now on.
This Morning hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary discussed the sentencing of Depp and Heard with journalist Sam Rubin in early June.
- Can Johnny Depp save his career? In the past, I thought it was unlikely, but now I would describe it as still possible. As for Amber Heard, again, I think it’s going to be really, really hard, Rubin analyzes the situation.
ALL RIGHT! According to Dror Bikel, a New York divorce lawyer and author interviewed by Magazine, Heard would have much more to lose if he wrote a revelation about Depp.
- Depp and his attorneys closely follow every statement from Heard. If he crosses the limit he would probably do in the book, it would lead to a new trial, Bikel tells Mirror.
EX-MARRIED COUPLE Johnny Depp and Amber Heard disputed in court an opinion written by Heard at the Washington Post in 2018. In the writing, Heard accused Depp of intimate partner violence. The trial in the spring was public and streamed around the world.
Johnny Depp performed with Jeff Beck's tour in Helsinki on June 19 and in Tampere on June 20
Heard did not mention Depp by name, but the text was considered to refer to an actor who is also familiar with Pirates Of the Caribbean. According to the harshest allegation, Depp would have raped Heard with a bottle of liquor in Australia in 2015.
Depp felt that the opinion poll destroyed his career, as he lost several film roles with it. The 59-year-old actress denied all allegations of intimate partner violence and in turn claimed Heard to be a violent party.
Depp said, among other things, that Heard threw him a bottle of vodka that broke down next to him so that Depp's fingertips were cut off. Depp later told the doctor he had hurt himself, which Heard's defense used as an argument against Depp. Depp himself said he lied to the doctor to protect Heard.
In his civil lawsuit, Depp demanded $ 50 million in damages from Heard for defamation. Heard, for his part, filed a counterclaim demanding one hundred million dollars from Depp.
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Heard was sentenced in early June to pay Depp $ 10.4 million (approximately $ 9.7 million) in defamation damages. The amount was original $ 15 million (€ 14.2 million), but the final amount of compensation was reduced to the maximum amount required by state law.
Depp was sentenced to pay Heard $ 2 million (approximately $ 1.9 million) for the same reason, but the defamation of Depp was deemed to have occurred through his attorney and in only one of three charges.