The trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is over. But the news does not stop happening. And the recent events and economic problems of Heard could even end with the assets of the actress seized and owned by her ex-husband.
A news that would put even more in check the situation of the protagonist of the Aquaman saga. However, it is an increasingly real possibility for Amber Heard, that she must find cash to achieve her purpose. Amber Heard would be bankrupt, according to the New York Post in its web edition. She, therefore, would be forced to sell assets in order to achieve the payment corresponding to the damages caused to Johnny Depp .
In the event that Amber Heard is not able to assume the corresponding payment, Johnny Depp could start the collection procedure to obtain the corresponding economic amount. This is what the lawyer Jeremiah Denton assures to the aforementioned medium, so that Johnny Depp could not only receive the corresponding money, but would also leave his ex-wife without properties.
“He can seize your assets, which basically means seize them. He can access your assets, sell them and take cash,” revealed the renowned lawyer.
“Johnny Depp can access her assets, sell them and take cash.
Jeremiah Denton, lawyer
Amber Heard ‘s lawyer, Elain Bredehoft, has already revealed that the actress is not capable of assuming the total payment, which corresponds to an amount of 8.35 million dollars.
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Johnny Depp, in a moment of euphoria
The recent victory in the defamation trial has given new life to Johnny Depp . The actor lives a moment of euphoria, with a change of look included and even without avoiding the spotlight.
For her part, Amber Heard maintains a more discreet profile, without seeking media attention. She only gave an interview on television, but has not given any further statements.