‘But Isn’t She Broke?’ Johnny Depp Fans Slam Amber Heard After She Steps Out Of Private Plane


After Depp won the defamation case against Amber Heard, a jury gave him $10 million in damages and $2 million to Amber Heard, the actress’ counsel stated that she ‘absolutely cannot’ pay Johnny the $10 million she owes him today.

Heard was recently seen walking off a private plane and into a luxury SUV for the first time since the decision.

This has angered Depp’s admirers, who have been bashing her and taunting her, asking, “Isn’t she broke?”

“I think it’s hypocritical of Amber Heard to pretend she has no money to pay Johnny Depp and the charity she utilised for clout but can afford a YSL purse, a private jet, a public relations team, and a 22k a month mansion,” another fan remarked.

“Amber Heard’s rapist publicist was on a private flight with her. So, when she claims she can’t afford to pay Johnny Depp, who pays for all of this?” Another user commented.

Amber Heard wrote on Instagram after the verdict that she was “heartbroken” by Johnny Depp’s victory.

She penned, “The disappointment I’m experiencing today is indescribable. I’m heartbroken that the weight of evidence was insufficient to overcome my ex-enormous husband’s power, influence, and persuasion.

“I’m even more dissatisfied with the implications of this decision for other women. It’s a stumbling block. It undermines the notion that women’s violence should be regarded seriously.

“I believe Johnny’s lawyers were successful in persuading the jury to disregard the crucial issue of freedom of speech, as well as evidence that was so conclusive that we won in the UK.”

“I’m sorry I didn’t win this case. But what makes me even sadder is that I appear to have lost a privilege that I though I had as an American: the liberty to speak freely and honestly.”

While the jury deemed Amber Heard’s piece defamatory to Johnny Depp and awarded him $15 million in damages, the jury also noted that Depp’s lawyers claimed Heard had staged a detailed fake by roughing up the couple’s flat to make it appear worse for cops. As a result, the jury awarded her $2 million.