Forced to pay 10.4 million dollars to Johnny Depp (he himself had to pay him two million) after being found guilty of defaming her ex-husband, on June 1, Amber Heard assured that she would have no way to settle her account filed by him. Virginia jury, so the actress is starting to get rid of her estate after her most recent appeal of the trial verdict.
Recently, Heard’s legal team admitted that the 36-year-old actress is unable to pay damages to the actor. Pirates of the Caribbean, but to appeal, he must pay a bond corresponding to the compensation imposed by the verdict, of which, according to dead lineTo date, he would have only deposited $500.
As reported by TMZ, the star of Aquaman He sold his desert hideout in Yucca Valley, California, a 25,000-square-foot estate of barren but beautiful land in the Mojave Desert that Heard bought through an anonymous trust in 2019.
According to Zillow property records, the Hollywood actress paid $570,000 for the house she built in 2015 and sold it for $1.05 million, earning nearly double what she paid. TMZ spoke with the new owner, who confirmed the sale and said that he dealt with Heard’s “people” for the deal, but not with the actress herself.
The Dirt.com site, which covers high-profile real estate transactions, reported that the unique residence has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an attached three-car garage, concrete floors and spectacular desert views.
Another distinctive benefit of the property is a 34-meter custom bridge, which allows occupants to cross a dry creek and access an elevated gazebo on a rocky hill.
Although Heard bought the property in 2019, according to Dirt, the actress from Diary of a seducer she started living in the house earlier this year, which can be confirmed by recent Instagram posts from the star’s account that show her hanging out on the backyard bridge with her daughter Oonagh Paige.