Amber Heard Addresses Claim She Didn’t Donate Johnny Depp Settlement
Amber Heard is speaking out about Johnny Depp’s lawful team’s claim that she has not donated the funds from their divorce settlement to charities, as she promised she would in 2016.
According to a new report by The Day by day Mail printed Thursday, Jan. 7, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s lawyers say they intend to use the allegation as portion of their initiatives to charm British Higher Court docket judge Andrew Nichol‘s decision in Depp’s defamation scenario against The Sunlight. In that situation, Nichol sided with The Sunlight, arguing in his decision, “Her donation of the $7 million to charity is hardly the act a single would count on of a gold-digger.”
In a assertion to E! Information, the Aquaman actress’ attorney Elaine Bredehoft confirms her shopper has nevertheless to fulfill the $7 million pledge she created to Children’s Healthcare facility Los Angeles and the American Civil Liberties Union, citing monetary motives.
“Amber has currently been responsible for 7 figures in donations to charitable triggers and intends to proceed to lead and eventually satisfy her pledge,” Bredehoft points out. “On the other hand, Amber has been delayed in that aim mainly because Mr. Depp submitted a lawsuit versus her, and as a result, she has been pressured to devote hundreds of thousands of bucks defending Mr. Depp’s false accusations from her.”