Since she was sentenced to pay Johnny Depp $10.35 million in damages, Amber Heard has been in a state of disarray. A defamation suit she filed against her ex-husband was dismissed, and this propelled the Aquaman actress into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Could she, on the other hand, declare bankruptcy and avoid having to cough over such a hefty sum? The effects of this decision can be found below.
Amber had filed a $100 million countersuit against Johnny in the beginning. It’s now revealed that she has a net worth of just $8 million. Even if she practically gives away every item she owns, it still won’t be enough to cover the damages.
Elaine Bredehoft and her legal team have appealed the judgment in the Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard lawsuit because of the same. In spite of a previous judge’s refusal to allow a retrial, the actress filed an official appeal.
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Even if Amber Heard files for bankruptcy, things aren’t going to get any easier for her, according to Law & Crime. There is just one thing that could go in her favor when it comes to paying what was ordered. Officials will extend the actress’s deadline for payment, but that’s all they’ll give her. Johnny Depp will get his share of this money, no matter what.
As a result of Heard’s attorneys filing an appeal, Depp’s lawyers also took action. After one of Johnny’s attorneys termed Amber’s accusations a ‘hoax,’ they appealed against the $2 million Johnny was ordered to pay.’
It’s evident that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s high-profile feud isn’t going away any time soon. Stay tuned with us only on Lee Daily