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Amber Heard, Johnny Depp Actress slams ex husband for honouring settlement agreements

Amber Heard has alleged that Johnny Depp's move to pay their divorce court settlement agreements directly to the charity organisations, had a motive.

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Amber heard seems to be one of the hardest women to please as she calls out ex-husband, Johnny Depp, for honouring their court settlement agreements.

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The actress who had settled for a $7 million payout from her divorce, which she pledged to be donated to charity, is reportedly disgruntled that Depp did just that.

As earlier reported, Depp has made the first payments to the two charity organisations, American Civil Liberties Union (AMLU) and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.

Heard is upset that Depp did the payments himself, albeit in her name, because he would be getting almost half of the amount back in charitable tax deductions.

 

Heard's team is demanding that Depp pays $14 million instead since he would be receiving half of the sum back, completing the full payment.

Meanwhile, Heard is reportedly frustrated at the fact that Depp is making the payments in instalments instead of a lump-sum. It is unclear if an agreement was reached as to the way the payments would be made.

Speaking with Mirror Online, a member of Heard's team says:

"Anything less would be a transparent attempt by Johnny's counsel, Laura Wasser and Patti Glaser, to reduce their client's true payment by half under the guise of newfound concern for charities that he has never previously supported."

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Heard just might be expressing righteous anger or is expressing frustration that the money wasn't paid to her so she would be the one enjoying the charitable tax deductions.

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