A Virginia jury awarded Johnny Depp $15 million in damages after Amber Heard allegedly slandered him.
It was reduced to $10.35 million due to the state’s punitive damages cap.
In June, the actress’s attorney admitted that she could not make the payment owed to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star.
In contrast to Johnny’s 2020 defamation case against The Sun after the British tabloid labeled him a wife-beater, which he ultimately lost, Amber’s attorney at the time, Elaine Bredehoft, stated on the “Today” show that Amber intended to appeal the decision.
However, the “Aquaman” star is in debt and has numerous financial obligations.
She is not only bankrupt, but she also owes $25 million to settle her debts.
She allegedly considered selling some of her assets to pay for them.
Amber Heard owes Johnny Depp $10.35 million. However, she does owe money to the attorneys defending her in court.
Marca claims that the blonde bombshell owes $15 million to her legal team, which includes lead attorneys David L. Axelrod and Jay Ward Brown.
Amber owes money to her insurance companies as well as her legal counsel.
Some companies that supported her during the trial have now withdrawn their support due to the enormous debt on her account.
Amber’s two insurance companies can only cover $500,000 and $1 million, respectively, which is only a fraction of the amount she owes her attorneys.
Amber Heard was recently spotted in Spain with her daughter Oonagh Paige.
Furthermore, she didn’t seem concerned as she played with her child, despite her ongoing battle to obtain insurance to cover the $8 million in legal fees she owes Johnny Depp.
On her most recent trip to Palma de Mallorca, the 36-year-old was spotted without makeup and looking effortlessly cool in a black tank top, white ankle-length slacks, and flip-flops.
She was on a small group tour of the Spanish city.
Amber recently changed lawyers to persuade two insurance companies to pay the remaining millions in her libel settlement. Amber is represented by the two attorneys listed in her verdict appeal.