Amber Heard gets a multi-million dollar deal in revenge for Johnny Depp?

By Vic Medina | 9 seconds ago

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Lock your bedroom doors! Amber Heard is back and she will not let her loss of injury case to ex-Johnny Depp be the last word on her career. According to a report from OK! Magazine, the 36-year-old actress has just signed a major book deal, one that could not only help repair her ruined public image, but also bring in millions in much-needed income. Despite earning a $ 2 million payday for the upcoming Aquaman 2, Heard’s lawyer told The Today Shows Savanna Guthrie that the Austin, Texas native, can not afford to pay the verdict against her. That amount could be around $ 8.3 million, after the $ 2 million she won in a lawsuit against Depp’s attorney. Heard will reportedly also appeal the decision, Elaine Charlson Bredehoft said in the interview earlier this month.

Over the weekend, TMZ posted a video of Heard and her sister Whitney Henriquez shopping for clothes at discount chain TJ Maxx in Bridgehampton, New York, apparently indicating that her current financial situation has humiliated her previously extravagant lifestyle. The New York Post reports that the average home in Bridgehampton costs around $ 3.8 million, so she’s not exactly silly about it right now. Still, commentators on the TMZ video do not buy it. Many have argued that this is just another PR move from Amber Heard, a staged photo shoot to win sympathy.

That’s not all bad news for Amber Heard. According to a report from Inside The Magic, Heard will actually get extra screen time in the near future Aquaman successor, with the title Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. This contradicts the latest reporting and rumors that she was cut completely out of the film. During the trial, Amber herself claimed that her role in the film had been significantly reduced due to the trial, but in the past week, she vehemently denied allegations that she would not appear at all.

A book deal could mean millions for Heard, who “considers her career in Hollywood over”, according to an insider close to her who spoke with OK! Magazine. Although no details about a book deal are known, including who can publish it, the insider claims that Amber Heard “is already in negotiations and is excited about it. At this point, she has nothing to lose and would like to tell everything.” Writing a book – which would probably repeat many of the accusations she was sued over – could, of course, get her sued again. However, she claims that her notes from her therapy sessions during her time with Johnny Depp – who were not allowed to be admitted as evidence – supported her accusations and would have resulted in a different verdict if the jury had read them.

She also has to contend with a heavy negative response from the public. According to an anonymous jury member in Depp vs. The Heard defamation case, which came out to discuss the case with ABC News, the jury just did not buy any of Heard’s allegations. The jury said he and other members of the jury did not believe she was truthful on the stand, even when she broke down in tears. Jurors even used the term “crocodile tears” to describe Amber Heard, saying they noticed she would quickly change emotions, cry one moment but be serious the next.

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