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Amber Heard went shopping with her sister At a TJ Maxx discount retailer in the Hamptons on Thursday, amid an imminent $8.3 million judgment after her loss in court earlier this month against ex-husband Johnny Depp in a multi-million dollar defamation trial.
The 36-year-old actress wore blue jeans and a white long-sleeved, button-down shirt while indulging in retail therapy with her younger sister, Whitney Henriquez, at the Bridgehampton location of national retailer chain. TMZ. According to the outlet, it is not clear what – if any – the two bought from the store.
As Heard perused the East Coast trails in black loafers and her blonde hair tied back in a bun, Depp “moved” from trial, taking to the stage to perform with Jeff Beck at Sunday’s Helsinki Blues Festival in Finland.
Depp was awarded $10.35 million in damages after a jury found Heard defamed Depp on all charges after a nearly seven-week trial in Virginia amid allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault. Heard lost the defamation case, but received $2 million in her corresponding lawsuit as jurors found Depp defamed her through his attorney.
The star of pirates of the caribbean Initially seeking $50 million in damages, Heard sued $100 million in damages.
Depp looked comfortable on stage in a black jacket over a long shirt with sleeves rolled above his elbows to show off his tattoos while playing the guitar.
He will soon be releasing an album with his music partner, Beck, in which the actor reportedly “is not talking about trial” anymore and “just wants his career back.”
“The trial was necessary, but he’s glad it’s over,” a source told People. “Although he’s comfortable with the jury’s verdict, he doesn’t gloat about it.”
Last week, Heard denied that she was “cut” from “Aquaman 2” and called the rehashing of claims “a bit crazy” after reports surfaced of her exit from Warner Bros. After the trial.
“The rumors have been going on from day one – inaccurate, insensitive, and a little bit crazy,” a Heard representative told Fox News Digital.
Heard portrayed Mira in the film, working alongside Jason Momoa, Dolph Lundgren, Nicole Kidman, and Willem Dafoe. second movie “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” It will be released in 2023.
Sources told Just Jared, “Warner Bros. has decided to reprise the role of Amber Heard after a screen test for the film. They will be reshoots with Jason Momoa and Nicole Kidman.”
An insider later revealed to the publication, “Amber hasn’t been completely cut out of the movie. Her role is still very young.”
Walter Hamadeh, DC’s head of film production, said in his pre-recorded testimony shown to the jury during the libel trial that Heard and Momoa were no match, while Heard testified that her role was “cut back” due to her audience’s fight with Depp.
In a tape taped on March 15, 2022, Hamada said, “They didn’t have a lot of chemistry together. I think they were able to make this relationship work in the first movie, but there was a concern that it took a lot of effort to get there.”
There was a delay in recasting the Mira part in “Aquaman 2” and Discussing the replacement of Heard With an actress who had more “natural chemistry” with Momoa, he said, but the studio decided to move forward with Heard.
Was it her turn? [in ‘Aquaman 2’] Asked Dib’s lawyer Ben Chew Hamada.
He replied, “No.”
Hamada said that the film was originally presented as a “companion comedy,” and the part about Mira was always minor.
has been called by Johnny Depp’s legal team as a cassation witness to undermine Heard’s claim that her role in “Aquaman 2” was pared down after Depp allegedly conspired with his attorney to defame her in a series of statements made to the press.
On Friday, she shared her therapist’s notes documenting her reports of alleged abuse at the hands of her ex-husband stretching back to 2012 with Savannah Guthrie on NBC’s Dateline.
“There are a number of years of notes dating back to 2012 since the beginning of my relationship that was taken by my doctor, who I was reporting abuse to,” she said.
The judge did not allow the evidence in Fairfax County Court A trial because it is considered rumours.
The handwritten notes, which were displayed on screen, indicate that Heard reported that Depp allegedly “beat her and threw her into a wall and threatened to kill her” in an accident in 2012, according to the program.
Another document details an incident eight months later when it said Depp, 59, allegedly tore off what he allegedly “ripped off her nightgown and threw her on the bed”.
In 2013, a therapist allegedly memorialized another statement from Heard, after she claimed Depp “threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her”.
In the interview with Guthrie, Heard said she hopes speaking out will help restore her reputation.
“My goal, the only thing I can hope for at this point, is that I just want people to see me as a human,” she said.
Rebecca Rosenberg and Larry Fink of Fox News contributed to this report.