Amber Heard’s Lawyer Accuses Johnny Depp Of “Planting” Story Against Ex-Wife

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Actor Johnny Depp accused his ex-wife and actor Amber heard of keeping her $7 million divorce settlement money after claiming that she will donate all of it to charities.

 Amber Heard’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft called this a “desperate attempt” made by Depp to divert the media attention from the court findings of him being a “wife-beater”  

Bredehoft also called the DailyMail report about Heard not donating the full amount to the charities ‘planted’ story by Johnny Depp. She further said that Heard has not been able to fulfil her donation pledge because she has been “delayed”. 

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“However, Amber has been delayed in that goal because Mr Depp filed a lawsuit against her, and consequently, she has been forced to spend millions of dollars defending Mr Depp’s false accusations against her,” she said. 

Amber heard after her receiving her divorce settlement in 2016 had pledged that she would donate all of to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) and American Civil Liberties. However, the DailyMail report showed proof that the actor has not yet donated the full amount. The report also claimed the Johnny Depp’s lawyers are following up with charities if the amount was actually donated. 

The report neither had comments from CHLA nor ACLU to corroborate the claim. One document which was mentioned as proof showed that only $100,000 has been donated to CHLA so far by Heard. It also showed the organisation had asked Maber Heard was she planning to donate the rest $3.4 million. 

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