Heard would still owe Depp $8.35 million even if she chose to use the $2 million she won in her countersuit to offset the $10.35 million in damages she must pay. Only after the jury found that Depp’s former attorney, Adam Waldman, had made untrue accusations against the actress was she given the money.
The actress allegedly created an account on OnlyFans on June 20, according to a TikTok post. Celebrities continue to sign up for the platform as they try to make money off of their NSFW photos.
On the website, there are also musicians and fitness experts.
Heard is praised for “doing the impossible” in the video that TikToker user @meachreacts21 posted.
According to Marca, the user claimed: “So recently, Amber Heard was spotted shopping at TJ Maxx… and the reason this is impossible is because people are asking why she’s shopping at TJ Maxx when she’s worth negative $6 million.” “Guess how much the subscription costs as well? 6.25 million. Who, by the way, is in favour of this? Mr. Travis Scott”
The rapper’s user ultimately cancelled his subscription and got a refund, though.
The TikTok user uploaded screenshots in addition to his claims to “prove” them. However, it was immediately rejected.
The TikTok video merely displayed an OnlyFans page that had no connection to Heard, according to fact-checkers cited by Animated Times.
One place where rumours have already spread is on Twitter. None, however, could bolster a false assertion.
Although her OnlyFans report was untrue, she was spotted at the outlet mall shopping.
In the Hamptons, Heard was captured on camera by the New York Post. Heard appeared to be in serious financial trouble, just as her attorney Elaine Bredehoft had claimed. Heard was dressed simply for the occasion in a simple blouse and pants.
For what it’s worth, the lawyer acknowledged on the “TODAY” show that Heard wouldn’t have the money to pay the millions in damages.
Fans, however, came to the conclusion that she had fabricated her TJ Maxx purchases in order to win them over.
A source who spoke to Radar Online claimed that Heard freely disseminated the “paparazzi” images.
“Both sets of images contain a telltale mark that, in my opinion, seems to be more oblique than direct. If a paparazzo had taken these photos, they or their employer would be desperate to have their byline attached to the sets in order to increase sales to media outlets, “said one.