'She's getting snubbed': Amber Heard 'ghosted' by close friends Kristen Stewart, Margot Robbie amid financial struggle
Heard, who is facing a difficult time paying off Johnny Depp $10 million, reportedly approached her friends hoping to find a place to stay
Amber Heard, who is said to be struggling to pay off her $10 million in debt to ex-partner Johnny Depp after losing the defamation lawsuit against him, has reportedly lost a few of her friends in the process as well. The actress' close friends, with whom she used to party, have reportedly refused to provide financial assistance. The actress is employing every strategy at her disposal to try and pay off her debt because it is a significant amount of money for her to come up with, however, her plans seem to be not working at the moment as her friends' reactions have not been as anticipated.
A source close to Heard told Geo News, "Amber has reached out to her old party pals like Kristen Stewart, Cara Delevingne, and Margot Robbie, hoping they'll help her with a place to stay. She's getting snubbed and, in many cases, flat out ghosted." This development comes just after it was reported that the 'Aquaman' star secretly sold her home in Southern California for a big profit. TMZ reported that the 36-year-old actress has begun raising some of that cash by selling her Yucca Valley home in the California desert for $1.05 million, a profit of about $500,000 for her.
Although Heard is best known for her work in ‘Aquaman,’ but ever since her legal disputes with Depp started, she is yet to be offered a significant part in a movie. Producers fear that fans will boycott any films in which she stars, therefore she has virtually been blacklisted in the industry.
According to Bol News, the actress has supposedly received one opportunity, though with Zen Models, which will reportedly pay her $9 million to play the lead in a forthcoming X-rated film. The contract, which reportedly has an $8 million price tag, also includes a $1 million donation to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. Most recently, a few emails were disclosed that appeared to confirm that Heard fabricated some evidence her team presented in the trial. She allegedly intended to twist the facts involved in the case and tried to discredit Depp in an attempt to win the case back in her favor.
"I heard the audios of Amber confessing to assaulting Johnny and of course her bruised photos are fake," the source remarked. Depp filed a lawsuit against Heard after she wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post in December 2018 on her experiences as a victim of violence. She was found guilty of defaming her ex-husband by a jury on June 1. Heard was ordered to pay Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages, though the court later reduced the punitive damages to $350,000 due to the state law limitations.