The litigation between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife, Amber Heard, has been going on for several years. Suddenly there was an important breakthrough in this conflict that still lives on throughout Hollywood.
According to the website USA Today, the court sided with Depp on a very interesting issue. It was officially recognized that Amber Heard must provide documents proving that the money she received from the divorce ($ 7 million) was donated to charity. The actress once swore that she would donate the entire sum she would get from the trial to the American Civil Liberties Union and the children’s hospital in Los Angeles. Depp decided to file a lawsuit, arguing that Heard had failed to take this step and had kept millions of dollars to herself. If the actress really lied, the court may take legal action, which could even translate into a prison sentence.
The conflict between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard began in 2018, and since then, the entire Internet has been living as well. The actress accused her ex-husband of using domestic violence against her. While no questionable evidence emerged, Depp’s reputation was quickly tarnished, fueled by The Sun. It even went so far as to turn its back on Hollywood studios, and Warner Bros. deprived him of the role of Gellert Grindelwald in a series of films Fantastic Beasts.
The case got complicated when the accusations by Depp against his ex-wife came to light. The actor stated that violence in their home existed, but she abused him. Subsequently, Depp directed the accusations to The Sun website for unfounded slander – unfortunately this accusation was dismissed. The conflict between the ex-spouses continues, and the topic of domestic violence will be resumed by the court in April 2022.
Meanwhile, Amber Heard prepares to return to her role as Mera in the movie Aquaman 2.
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