There’s been some new evidence that’s seemingly been leaked by Johnny Depp’s team and it really doesn’t make things look good for Amber Heard. This new evidence seemingly proves that the actress lied while she was in court, which is called perjury, and that’s not good.
This new evidence was revealed via The Daily Mail, and it’s pretty damning for Amber Heard and her legal case. It all has to do with the $7 million that she was given by Johnny Depp in their divorce settlement. The money was intended to be donated to various charities, and it seems as though Heard hasn’t given any of it to the respective charities she claimed she had done.
Did Amber Heard lie in court? Johnny Depp’s team seems to think so
Here’s what The Daily Mail had to say about Johnny Depp and his team’s accusations against Amber Heard:
Johnny Depp is accusing Amber Heard of pocketing the $7m settlement from their 2016 divorce and repeatedly lying about giving it all to charity
Heard, 34, vowed to split the massive payment between two charities. But Depp’s lawyers believe it was a ‘sham’
His team spent the past year chasing the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to find out how much they actually received from the actress
The ACLU has so far refused to cooperate with multiple subpoenas. But documents produced by the hospital and seen exclusively by DailyMail.com suggest it only received $100,000 – way short of the promised $3.5m ‘gift’
Bosses became concerned and wrote to Heard in June 2019 to ask ‘if the pledge will not be fulfilled’
Depp’s lawyers claim the correspondence is the ‘smoking gun’ that proves Heard was lying when she boasted about the giveaway
Heard’s attorney said she has ‘already been responsible for seven figures in donations to charitable causes and intends to continue to contribute and eventually fulfill her pledge’
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