Amber Heard broke? They catch her buying clothes in discount stores after losing her trial

After losing the defamation trial against her ex-husband, the actor Johnny Deppwho will have to pay 8.3 million pesos for damages, the Aquaman actress, Amber Heard is caught buying clothes at discount stores, will she be broke? And it is that, previously, his lawyer Elaine Bredehoft assured that he had no money to pay him.

Through TMZ some images of Amber Heard shopping at the discount chain TJ Maxx, along with his sister Whitney Henriquezafter the controversial 6-month trial that took place in Fairfax, Virginia, and that showed, according to the jury, that the actress defamed Johnny Depp with the opinion piece he wrote for the Washington Postwhere he described himself as a “public person survivor of domestic violence.”

In the images you can see the 36-year-old actress from movies like The Danish Girl y Zombielandseeing some clothing in the cheap store, while dressed informally, far removed from the quite elaborate outfits and hairstyles with which she went to court every day.

Amber Heard She was wearing baggy, ripped-to-the-knee jeans, as well as an oversized white shirt and black mules, as well as a high, rakish bun, just like her sister. Whitney Henriquezwho has not been separated for a single moment, neither during the trial nor after it ended.

And it is that, after the main lawyer of Amber Heard recognized that his client did not have to pay Johnny Depp The 8 million dollars that he owes in compensation for damages caused by his opinion article, with which the 59-year-old actor completely closed the doors in Hollywood, his lawyers considered that they might forgive the debt.

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And it is that, as they said inside the trial, as well as outside, the objective of the star of Pirates of the Caribbean y Scissorhands It had nothing to do with money, but with telling “his truth” and clearing his name, after it was seriously damaged.

However, after the judge’s final verdict, just a few days after Amber Heard traveled to New York where he conducted an exclusive interview with Savannah Guthrie for NBC’s Dateline, standing up for her statement that she was abused by her ex-husband, and threatening to keep repeating it until the day she dies.

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In addition, he showed a series of notes supposedly from his therapist, which would serve as “proof” that there had been violence in their relationship, he said. These notes were dismissed by the judge in her case, stating that they were rumors, so they could not be used as evidence in the trial.

After ranting against Johnny Depp, Camille Vazquezand even against the jury of the case, Amber Heard stated that after causing job opportunities for her in the industry to be reduced, she would take advantage of that moment to focus 100% on her daughter Oonaghwho just turned a year old.

However, a controversy broke out on social networks in which users expressed their rejection of the interview for NBC, assuring that they did not believe a single word of the co-star of Jason Momoa in the DC movie.

But that’s not all, in the week, one of the members of the jury that deliberated the verdict of the case, communicated to Good Morning America, where he offered an exclusive and anonymous interview, after the accusations of Amber Heard in which he assured that the jury was carried away by the “negative campaign against him in networks”, clarifying that at no time were they aware, and stating that they achieved the verdict because “they did not believe his crocodile tears”.

“Much of her story didn’t add up… the majority of the jury felt that she was the aggressor. The crying, the facial expressions she had, the gaze fixed on the jury. We were all very uncomfortable… she was answering a question and she was crying and two seconds later she was freezing… Some of us use the expression “crocodile tears,” she said.

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