Amber Heard Demands $15M for Explosive Tell-All Exposing Johnny Depp

According to reports, the Danish Girl actress Amber Heard will release a memoir soon, detailing the turbulent two-year marriage she had with Johnny Depp and their bitter court fight after Johnny Depp successfully sued her for defamation after she wrote an op-ed about domestic abuse. According to sources, the 37-year-old actress, who lives in Madrid, Spain, with her 2-year-old daughter Oonagh, is looking for around $15 million for the film but is ready to tell her story after being harassed online over the past year. According to the insider, Amber Heard won’t be silenced. She feels that she was treated very badly during the trial. In her view, she is the victim.

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s lawyer, Camille Vasquez, recently admitted that she was considering writing a book, which would contain parts discussing the legal dispute, but nothing was currently in the works. Since Johnny Depp’s trial, Camille Vasquez and the rest of his legal team have “often” been in touch with him, and they plan to attend one of his Hollywood Vampires gigs later this summer. Camille Vasquez said: I think I talked to [Johnny] on the phone about months ago, but we text quite a bit. A few of us send him emails and texts congratulating him on his recent success. His birthday is coming up, so I’m sure he’ll be celebrating – foot up because, as you’ve probably seen, our guy has an ankle fracture, I believe.

Amber Heard Is Demanding $15 Million For An Explosive Tell-All Memoir Against Ex-Husband Johnny Depp has learned Amber Heard might want to rewrite the narrative surrounding her name after her contentious court battle with ex-husband Johnny Depp – and it may involve an explosive tell-all. The world watched the former couple’s defamation trial, which exposed the toxic relationship within their short-lived union, and she is expected to ask for $15 million. During the period from 2015 to 2017, Depp and Heard were married for two years. Following last June’s verdict, the Aquaman star has moved to Spain and denied quitting Hollywood. Heard said she plans to remain in the country after relocating. In response to a reporter’s question about her future plans, she said, “I hope so. It’s a pleasure to live here. A source said “she won’t be silenced” regarding her memoir plans, explaining how she was harassed online during her court case with Depp and threatened with death.

Despite being called a “liar” by critics while her ex makes a comeback, she feels like the victim here, said the insider. Currently, Depp is starring in a French-language film, Jeanne du Barry, which premiered at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. He broke new records in terms of the perfume deal he signed and his appearance in the film. RadarOnline previously reported that Depp’s trial ended with the jury awarding him $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. Punitive damages were later reduced to $350,000, which is the state’s legal cap. The jury awarded Heard $2 million in compensatory damages as a result of her countersuit. After filing an appeal one month later, Heard eventually decided to withdraw her appeal last December, saying it was a “difficult” decision. It would be great to work on other projects in the future, said the Rum Diary star. In a viral TikTok video, she said, I keep moving forward. It’s part of life.