Amber Heard has pledged to contest the decision in her recent defamation trial with Johnny Depp. She believes she received a fair trial the first time around. Heard is now leaving the desert, or at least the part of it, in Southern California.
According to TMZ, She recently sold her remote house for a substantial sum. The Yucca Valley mansion had been long believed to belong to Heard since the trial earlier this year. It just got sold for $1,050,000 with a closing date of July 18th.
Amber will walk away from this transaction with about $480k in profit, just twice what she paid for it three years ago.
Since she purchased it before the COVID-19 epidemic, property values have significantly increased. Of course, money is tight for her, particularly with the prospect of the $8.3 million verdict in Johnnys favor. She is however actively attempting to combat it.
Amber Heards' lawyers have said that she is unable to pay Johnny Depp, although her financial situation is still unclear at the time. We have occasionally seen her in New York, either in the city or the Hamptons. Now that she is moving again, it appears that a U-Haul is in her future.