The lawsuit that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard fought a number of months in the past ended up costing the well-known actress $8.2 million in damages, nevertheless, it has additionally introduced penalties on the social aspect, at the very least that is what some media report that give some readability on the attainable hell she resides.
In response to Geo Information, quoting Star Journal, a number of the nice pals Heard used to social gathering with, are utterly ignoring her buddy who has turned to them for assist after her monetary scenario has been drastically affected and he or she needed to transfer to a a lot smaller place, and she will be able to’t discover a job alternative.
Report: Kirsten Stewart, Cara Delevingne, and Margot Robbie ignore Amber Heard
The aforementioned portal launched an nameless supply who talked about particular particulars in regards to the unempathetic perspective of different feminine Hollywood celebrities together with Kirsten Stewart, Cara Delevingne, and Margot Robbie.
“Amber has reached out to her outdated social gathering buddies like Kirsten Stewart, Cara Delevingne, and Margot Robbie, hoping they’re going to assist her with a spot to remain,” the supply stated. “She’s getting snubbed and, in lots of instances, flat out ghosted.”
The intense various for Amber Heard
A number of days in the past it had additionally been reported that as a result of lack of presents for the previous Aquaman star to take part in one other undertaking in Hollywood, she had been supplied a task in an X-rated film, and that the financial supply could be excellent, and that in response to the company that may be coordinating the proposal, Zen Fashions, the revenue would virtually assist to pay the debt with Heard, since they’d be giving her $9 million, of which $1 million could be donated to charitable causes.
“We have been involved with a bunch of grownup movie manufacturing firms which can be concerned about providing Ms Heard a contract to carry out in an grownup leisure video manufacturing,” stated Zen Fashions president Veronica Madjarian.