Amber Heard Quietly Sold Home After Defamation Trial Loss????

She actually made a huge profit from the sale.


Embattled actress Amber Heard bought a house at the Yucca Valley Oasis in 2019. She bought the three-bedroom home for $570,000. The previous owner sold the house based on 6 acres of land to Heard off-market.

With a beautiful mountain view, the landscaped property includes a 110-foot wooden bridge. The bridge takes you over a shallow wash, where you’ll find a mountainside gazebo. This gives you a breathtaking view of the neighborhood. The house, before owned by Heard, is 10 miles from Joshua Tree National Park.

According to records, Amber sold the property to Rickard and Carol Jorgensen. Both are based in New Jersey. The two are also the founders of Jorgensen & Company LLC. As such, they have many properties. In fact, they have one in Nevada, a city in Collin County, Texas.

Amber Heard sold the house for $1.1 million. Even so, it may not be enough to pay off her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. This is because she has to fork over $8.3 million to the Pirates of the Caribbean star following her loss in the trial.

The court also ordered her to cover $10,350,000 for compensatory and punitive damages. Considering how much everything will cost Amber, every penny probably helps.

As it turns out, Amber Heard didn’t accept her divorce payout amounting to millions of dollars. Documents show Amber also didn’t take Johnny’s salary from Pirates of the Caribbean 4. She was legally entitled to half of it. This is because Johnny worked on the film while they were still married.

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Amber explained to the court via email her decision not to accept the $16.5 million. She also emphasized that this is not about the money.

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