Amber Heard ‘Did Not Fulfil’ Charity Pledge From Johnny Depp Divorce Settlement

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Amber Heard allegedly ‘did not fulfil’ the charity pledge she promised to with the money she received from her divorce settlement with Johnny Depp, it has been claimed.

When the Aquaman star reportedly received the $7million sum from her ex-husband, she vowed to split it between the Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

However, Terence Dougherty, the chief operating officer and general counsel of the ACLU, has claimed in a pre-recorded deposition at the trial that Heard never paid the promised sum of £3.5million.

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He reportedly said: “Ms Heard spoke with such clarity and expertise on issues of gender-based violence, that [ACLU representatives] decided she would be an appropriate person to ask to become an ACLU ambassador.”

Dougherty went on to add that the charity, which works to ‘protect people’s rights’ and ‘defend democracy,’ had received a total sum of $1.3million from the actress so far.

To clarify, he claimed that $350,000 ‘came directly from Heard’ and $100,000 was ‘paid through Depp’.

As well as this, $500,000 was reportedly ‘paid through a donor-advised fund’ and a further $350,000 was also ‘paid through a donor-advised fund,’ which made the total $1.3million.

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It’s been alleged that Elon Musk, who Heard entered into a relationship with, had something to do with the donor-advised fund.

Dougherty claimed to the court that an email from the Tesla CEO suggested the sum of $3.5million would be paid ‘over 10 years’.

Elsewhere in the trial, Heard was diagnosed with ‘two personality disorders’ by a psychologist who also testified during the trial.

Dr Curry was called to the stand by Depp’s legal team.

Having reportedly spent two days with the star conducting a psychological evaluation, she said: “The results of Ms Heard’s evaluation supported two diagnoses: borderline personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder.”

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