Although the trial between Amber Heard Y Johnny Depp has already ended, where the actor from Pirates of the Caribbean won the case and that, as a consequence, the protagonist of Aquaman will have to to pay a millionaire amount for defaming him, the drama continues, because apparently the famous had to sell its House in the desert of California in order to pay off your debt.
After the defense of Amber Heard asked to repeat the trial because there were allegedly some inconsistencies in the case within the verdict, the judge in charge refuted said demand, the actress declared bankruptcy, because apparently she does not have the money to to pay the debt What does she have with her ex-husband? Johnny Depp.
Although at the end of the trial, Johnny Depp was very clear in pointing out that he was not interested in the money of AmberHeard, the law stipulates something else, since according to the actor, he just wanted to clean up his image, as well as make things very clear about what happened with the protagonist of Aquaman who accused him of domestic violence.
The millionaire house that Amber Heard sold to pay debt to Johnny Depp
Apparently Amber Heard is in a critical economic state and is actually bankrupt, because the medium “The Post” reported that the actress had to sell its millionaire House located in the desert of Californiato pay the debt you owe Johnny Depp after the trial.
According to the same medium, the house with three bedrooms and three bathrooms in Yucca Valley has more than 20 thousand square meters was an underwater sale, which was sold for 1.05 million dollars. Where Rickard and Carol-Jeanette Jorgensen, based in New Jersey, who also own property in Nevada and are founders of Jorgensen & Company LLC, are the inhabitants of said property.
This house, which is now owned by Donde Rickard, is one of his excellent acquisitions since it is not yet known if the Amber Heard He had direct contact with the businessman to sell it or it was separately, the construction is a divinity because it has views of the rocks, the mountains.