Amber Heard bought a home for $570,000 in 2019, and sold it in 2022 for $1,050,000 make 50 percent profit

Amber Heard Sold her Luxury house located in the Mojave desert She make a hefty profit of more than 50 percent on the sale of her home.

Amber Heard bought a home for $570,000 in 2019, and sold it in 2022 for $1,050,000 make 50 percent profit
Luxury house in Mojave desert sold by Amber Heard

Amber Heard, who was sentenced to huge compensations, sold her luxurious home - cleared the huge profits from the sale
In June, actress Amber Heard was ordered to pay more than 8 million in damages to her ex-husband Johnny Depp for defamation.

Amber Heard sold her home after she was ordered to pay huge damages to her ex-husband Johnny Depp

IN THE SPRING OF 2022, THE WHOLE world watched the trial of ex-married couple Johnny Depp and Amber Heard with rapt eyes. Depp won the messy and weeks-long defamation lawsuit, and Heard was ordered to pay her ex-husband $10.35 million in damages. The amount was reduced by two million after Heard won one of his counterclaims, with which Depp was ordered to pay his ex-wife two million dollars.

Despite the relief, according to his lawyers, Heard cannot afford to pay compensation, and possibly, for this reason, she has sold his home in Yucca Valley, California, USA. According to TMZ, which reports on the matter, the price tag of the house is 1,050,000 dollars (about 1,025,000 euros), and the deals were made on July 18.

 Luxury house in Mojave desert

According to information from TMZ, Heard bought the house in 2019, when she paid $570,000 (about €556,000) for it. Consequently, Heard will make a hefty profit of more than 50 percent on the sale of his home.

The house is located in the Mojave desert. It has a living area of ​​about 228 square meters and the size of the plot is about 2.5 hectares. In addition to three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the house has a three-car garage, and a 30-meter long wooden bridge leads to the gazebo on the hill.

THE JURY made its decision on June 1. Exactly one month later, Heard and his legal team filed an appeal against the sentence, but it was rejected. On appeal, Heard sought annulment of the entire judgment and damages.

Heard justified his demand for a new trial by, among other things, the uncertainty regarding the jury. According to him, one of the jurors was not the man called for the task, but his son.

According to the AP news agency, Heard's lawyers had raised several points in their request. Judge Penney Azcarate dismissed all their arguments. According to him, the questions related to the juror, in particular, are irrelevant.

- There is no evidence of fraud or abuse, Azcarate said, according to the news agency AFP.

According to the judge, the juror had fulfilled the statutory requirements for service.

THE LAWSUIT was about Heard's opinion piece published in the Washington Post, in which she said she had been a victim of intimate partner violence. Heard did not mention the author by name, but it was widely believed to be a reference to Johnny Depp, to whom Heard was married from 2015 to 2016.

Depp sued Heard for defamation and demanded $50 million in damages, as Depp considered the writing to have ruined his career. Depp lost several film roles as a result of the uproar. Heard, on the other hand, filed a counterclaim against Depp, with which she demanded a total of 100 million dollars in damages.

In the week-long trial, Depp's substance use and the dirty twists of the ex-couple's relationship were widely discussed, among other things.

Depp previously lost a lawsuit in Britain in 2020, where she accused the British newspaper The Sun of defamation. The magazine had called Depp a wife beater in its headline. This was before Heard's op-ed was published in the Washington Post.