Amber Heard has reportedly traded her Yucca Valley home for USD 1 million after failing her libel trial against Johnny Depp.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s messy defamation trial completed in June and resulted in the Aquaman actress being uncovered culpable of slandering her ex-husband in her 2018 op-ed for the Washington Post.
Heard was called to pay USD 10 million to Depp in injuries and amid her payout, the actress has reportedly traded her Yucca Valley residency for USD 1 million.
As written by Entertainment Tonight, the actress traded her belongings on July 18 this year.
As per the Dirt, the 2,500-square-foot residence consisted of three bedrooms and three restrooms and is situated at nearly six acres in the Mojave Desert.
The determination to sell her dwelling arrives amid the jury judgment which rewarded Johnny Depp USD 10 million in compensatory injuries and USD 5 million in corrective damages.
Recent reports also argued that Amber Heard pointed for bankruptcy and on July 21 filed the request with the state of Virginia.
The actress had earlier also asked the bench to toss the defamation trial verdict after filing a motion for a mistrial over a jury partner although the appeal was rejected by the judge.
In the meantime, new disclosures were also made in the pre-trial court records that have been dismissed recently.
The records reportedly also consisted of some unseen chat notes between Depp and his close friend Marilyn Manson and sensual photos of Amber Heard too.