'You can see the PTSD': Amber Heard trolled after video shows her PARTYING after Johnny Depp divorce

Heard is seen in the video celebrating with her sister Whitney in 2017 after obtaining part of the settlement money from her divorce with Depp


                            'You can see the PTSD': Amber Heard trolled after video shows her PARTYING after Johnny Depp divorce
Amber Heard (R) was seen partying with her sister Whitney Henriquez after obtaining part of the divorce settlement money from Depp in 2017 (Twitter)
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Amber Heard was ridiculed after a resurfaced clip showed the actress partying with her sister Whitney Henriquez after obtaining seven million dollars from her divorce settlement with Johnny Depp. The 'Aquaman' actress said in 2016 that she would be donating the total amount to charity, but is yet to fulfill her obligations.

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Depp, 58, and Heard, 36, are embroiled in a $50 million defamation lawsuit after she penned an op-ed for the Washington Post in 2018, claiming to be a victim of domestic abuse. The article did not name Depp, and Heard's lawyers have said it is protected by freedom of speech, but Depp's legal team has argued that the article's implied Depp was the abuser and that this damaged their client's acting career. Heard has countersued for $100 million, saying her ex-husband assaulted her several times during their relationship.

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In 2016, Heard ended her three-month legal battle with Depp before signing the official separation agreement. The actress received the aforementioned amount after claiming to be a victim of domestic violence and that she suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. However, a now-viral video shows Heard celebrating with her sister Whitney in 2017 after obtaining part of the settlement money. The pair were seen dancing to Justin Beiber's Sorry in a post shared on Instagram and captioned, "Sorry not Sorry."

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As the controversial clip made the rounds on social media, many wondered whether Heard is actually a victim of physical and sexual assault. Meanwhile, others questioned her PTSD claims. "Having the time of their lives after they extorted Johnny, for not only 7mill dollars but also his car and all their debts paid off," one tweeted. "That was after their divorce settlement in 2017. In the car she got from Johnny. It must have been a very traumatic day, you can see her suffering from PTSD, can't you? The caption of the post was: Sorry not sorry. #amberheardisaliar #johnnydepp," another wrote. "I wonder if this was in between her panic attacks she had every 5 seconds," someone else added.

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Depp and Heard's months-long legal face-off has finally concluded. The trial began on April 11 and there have been a number of shocking revelations since about their troubled relationship, which included 15 months of marriage. Both parties have accused each other of domestic violence and abuse throughout the Fairfax County, Virginia trial. Now, it is up to the seven-member jury to come up with a unanimous verdict.

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For Depp to win his claim against Heard, jurors need to determine if some claims made by Heard in the Washington Post op-ed about Depp were false and were made with "actual malice," which means the jury must find Heard made them knowing they were false, or with "reckless disregard" for the truth. In Heard's case against Depp, jurors are looking at statements made by Depp's former lawyer Adam Waldman, who has claimed Heard's allegations of abuse were a hoax. Jurors need to determine whether Waldman's allegations were made as part of his role as Depp's "agent," whether they're false, and whether they were made with "actual malice."

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