The most Roaring Twenties thing to happen so far this decade is the combating slander that goes with Johnny Depp and Amber Heard and the public press circus it maintained. Yet the entire thing has been taking an obscure huge depression to turn the last few weeks. As we know Heard keeps on losing and losing at the same time Depp immerses in his victory.
Amber Heard makes nearly half a millon profit from selling her Yucca Valley home
Following the defeat in the trial at Fairfax Country, Virginia and charged to pay $10.35 million to her ex-husband Depp for a 2018 Washington Post op-ed she wrote describing herself as a domestic abuse victim, strongly indicating the Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp as her abuser. At present, Heard is selling her house in Yucca Valley. Perhaps, she is trying to sort out how to pay the multi-million dollar settlement she lost. According to a report by TMZ, the Yucca Valley house was sold for $1,050,000, with a closing date of July 18.CREDIT:MLS
In 2019 it was purchased through an unnamed trust that evidently has a connection with the actress. So it was rumored it is Heard’s house. At that time it was purchased with the amount of just over $570k for the desert digs as reported by TMZ.
TMZ spoke with the present owner of the home, and he said revealed that he’d been dealing with Heard’s team on this deal, but never with her in person. Heard departs with almost double what she paid for it three years ago, a profit of about $480k.
In the judgment Heard was ordered to pay $8.3M, although she is trying to appeal it. Her team persists she is unable to afford it. At the time of the six-week trial which was highly publicized, both took the stand and threw allegations of sex, drugs, and abuse at one another. Later the jurors confessed they found Heard’s testimony unbelievable. Since the actress has spoken out against the media for their presentation of the trial, which she finds to be prejudiced.