week-long trial Amber Heard And Johnny Depp That finally ended recently, when the jury decided in favor of the Pirates of the Caribbean star. The jury slapped Amber Heard with $10 million worth of compensatory damages and $5 million worth of punitive damages, which were later changed by the judge to $350,000, the maximum fine allowed for punitive damages.
In a recent interview, Amber’s legal team has revealed that the Aquaman actress definitely can’t afford the money she now owes to Captain Jack Sparrow. The total charges come out to about $10.4 million, while Amber’s estimated net worth is only an estimated $1.5 to $2.5 million.
Amber certainly owes a large sum of money to her current legal team, which was actually an alternative to an earlier legal team that Hurd couldn’t afford after a while. But that’s not the only reason Hurd is facing financial trouble. According to a member of Heard’s legal team, the actress has been living in unnecessarily luxury for years by spending huge amounts on her travel, cars, clothes and even wine.
It turns out that the expensive legal team Heard hired paid for using his homeowner’s insurance policy. It’s a little-known fact that most homeowners insurance policies provide coverage if a person is sued for defamation, based on how much they pay through coverage, as disclosed by a Pennsylvania trial attorney. has gone. However, despite covering her legal battle, the insurance policy will not cover the damages that Amber Heard is now liable to pay.
According to legal experts, this dilemma of high demand and short supply can be covered in two ways. Johnny Depp can collect from Heard’s income if he has a salaried job. The second is pretty ugly, as Johnny Depp could potentially seize Amber’s assets and sell them for the money she owed.
Anyhow, the financial future for the actress is starting to look bleak.
Johnny Depp, on the other hand, was relieved and overjoyed to hear the court’s decision, thanking the jury for, in his own words, “giving me his life back.”