Amber Heard and Whitney Henriquez hit TJ Maxx for a seemingly destressing shopping spree on bargain offers. The 'Aquaman' actress, who's rumored to have been cut off from the sequel of the superhero flick, was seen in a casual T-shirt with jeans with her sister. Both had their blonde locks tied up in a bun as they browsed through the shop.
Heard was ordered to pay Depp a total of $8.35 million - or $350,000 if she decides to declare bankruptcy - was seen at the Bridgehampton retail store in baggy jeans.
TMZTMZ, who allegedly received an edited clip from Heard containing Depp's violent outburst, reported that Heard was dressed very laidback and rough, a stark contrast from her neat and intelligent getup at the court.
Heard's sister, Whitney, testified for her in the court and continued to stand by her side after Heard lost the case.
Law & Crime NetworkDepp was pretty satisfied with the court case as Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew shared in an interview later. The 59-year-old celebrated his win with a luxurious dinner at an Indian restaurant in the UK and splurged over $60k with his group of around 20 people.
Heard's lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, shared that Heard is looking to appeal the verdict in the near future.
Heard spoke in an eyebrow-raising interview with Savannah Guthrie on NBC that she still had feelings for the man. She said, "I love him. I loved him with all my heart."
Slammed as bizarre, Heard insisted that she was the victim and said about the trial that had just passed, "I’m scared that no matter what I do, no matter what I say or how I say it, every step that I take will present another opportunity for this sort of silencing, which is what I guess a defamation lawsuit is meant to do. It’s meant to take your voice."
Heard lost a lot of work since the trial and shared that looking at the bright side of things, she's been spending a lot more time with her daughter, Oonagh Paige Heard.
"I get to be a mom like full-time, where I’m not having to juggle calls with lawyers," shared the actress. "I look forward to living my life, and I have a long one, I hope, in front of me. And I will continue to walk through this with my chin up."