johnny Depp Net Worth 2022 :johnny Depp Ex Amber Heard Divorce

johnny Depp Net Worth 2022


johnny Depp Net Worth 2022

Johnny Depp's fortune has recently come under scrutiny, much like the actor himself. After Amber Heard wrote an article about domestic violence in the Washington Post last year, he's going to court to get $50 million from her.


Despite the fact that he was not mentioned by name, Depp, who has categorically denied any wrongdoing against the actress, has claimed that the op-ed hurt his career. A $100 million countersuit has been filed by Heard.


British newspaper The Sun was sued by the Pirates of the Caribbean star for libel in 2018 after a story referred to the actor as a "wife beater." In the end, he was found to be "substantially false" by Judge Andrew Nicol in 2020, which made national headlines. After Depp was unsuccessful in his appeal in 2021, the case was closed.


As soon as Johnny Depp's divorce from Amber Heard was finalised in 2017, Depp sued his former business managers at Management Company for $25 million, claiming that they had been engaged in "gross misconduct."


Acccording To Uswhispers

The company then countersued. A spokesperson for Johnny Depp said he was "satisfied" with the settlement, according to the uswhispers


"It's insulting to say that I spent $30,000 on wine because it was far more," Depp told Rolling Stone in an interview prior to the settlement, referring to TMG's countersuit.


johnny Depp Ex Amber Heard Divorce

Despite losing a previous defamation case against his ex-wife, Johnny Depp filed for a new trial in Virginia, US, which began on Monday, reports TMZ.


The $50 million defamation lawsuit filed by actor Johnny Depp against fellow actor Amber Heard in March 2019 stems from an opinion piece Heard wrote for The Washington Post in 2018 in which she describes her experience of speaking out against sexual violence.


The #MeToo movement was also a topic of discussion for her. Heard didn't mention Depp by name or share any details about their marriage in the article.


"However, like many women, I had been harassed and sexually assaulted by the time I was of college age," she said. But I didn't say anything because I didn't think filing complaints would result in action. "I didn't see myself as a victim," I replied.

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