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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Story: Actress Broke and No Permanent Residence After Divorce?

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Amber Heard shocked the world when, following a divorce settlement with ex-husband Johnny Depp, she decided that a sizable amount of her spousal support should go to charity. Now, it seems that this story would be a cause for her regret. The actress is now said to “homeless” and close to being outright broke.

Perhaps as a genuine act of goodwill, the actress decided that she did not need the $7 million that she got after the divorce. However, this decision might prove to do more harm to her than good. Recent buzz on online media tells that Heard’s status is close to being virtually penniless and homeless.

Of course, “homeless” here is still a relative term. The actress still has projects ongoing, and she is currently in London for the filming of the upcoming Justice League movie. With Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, and the rest of the DC people for company, it is hard to imagine that this story about Amber Heard could actually be that bad.

Nevertheless, the lady who once had access to Johnny Depp’s properties will be out in the streets when she gets back to Los Angeles. And by “out in the streets,” we mean that it could take a while of scrounging up temporary living spaces until she finds a permanent one. The lead actor and star of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise got to keep their condominium after the divorce settlement, after all. But perhaps it is not that bad of a deal, considering she did help out to charity.

The $7 million that Heard got was donated to two of her favorite charitable institutions. One is the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for Domestic Violence against Women and the other is the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. The story is that Johnny Depp himself sent a partial amount directly to both institutions.

However, this led Heard to persuade the actor to double the amount contributed to account for his “tax deductions.” Amber Heard also insisted that Depp should send the money in full, and not in partial installments.

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