As Her Net Worth Slips Down To -$6M, Amber Heard Reportedly Yet To Pay Her Lawyers $15M, Several Millions to Insurance Companies – Will She Ever Bounce Back?

Amber Heard’s net worth has fluctuated around -$6 million. However, this does not absolve them from paying due legal fees to their lawyers or to the insurance companies, which reportedly helped pay the costs in the early stages of the defamation case. Sinking under the weight of their debts Aquaman The actress has now appealed the verdict in the defamation suit as she plans to appeal the June 1 verdict by declaring it a mistrial.

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Amber Heard is drowning in legal and insurance debt

In a recent news report, Amber Heard’s dwindling fate seems even more precarious as she now reportedly owes her legal team nearly several millions in debt. Elaine Bredehoft, who was Heard’s attorney in the Fairfax County libel trial, previously made it clear that the actress would not be able to carry the charges against Johnny Depp, which the court found following the verdict.

Amber Heard reportedly owes her insurers and attorneys $15 million in debt

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Bredehoft also came forward a few days ago and announced that Amber Heard would not yet pay her legal team the amount owed. The insurance companies that have stepped in are also contributing to Heard’s growing problems. The actress’ insurance company, New York Marine and General Insurance Co., reportedly filed a lawsuit asking not to be held accountable to cover the actress’ attorney and court costs since then “Heard’s liability is caused by Heard’s willful actions.”

After the insurance company withdrew from paying the $1 million for general liability insurance, the actress now reportedly owes both the insurer and her former legal team approximately $15 million.

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Amber Heard: Comeback after appeal unlikely

Amber Heard has made a rare appearance following the publicly televised libel trial at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse, Virginia. On the other hand, her ex-husband Johnny Depp made a very public appearance, albeit only as a digital projection, at the 2022 MTV VMAs dressed as the network’s mascot, the Moon Man. Theatrics aside, it’s now common knowledge that Amber Heard has lost all public respect. After the agonizing trial and her constant taunting, the actress rarely stayed behind after the trial as she was reportedly spotted in Iran for a while and now in Spain with her daughter Oonagh Paige and her friend.

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Amber Heard appeals to appeal June 1 jury verdict

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With her appeal, Amber Heard appears to be preparing to face her ex-husband again in court as she challenges the June 1 verdict. After the release of Elaine Bredehoft, who failed to save Heard’s case during the Depp v. Heard trial, the latter now has a new legal team on standby, namely David Axelrod and JW Brown. Failing the appeal or not isn’t doing anything to sway public opinion about Heard, and her comeback in even the best imaginable scenario seems a highly unlikely, if not downright unlikely, situation.

Source: MARCA