Amber Heard & Johnny Depp’s divorce was finalized & she’s getting her money


Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s divorce was finalized on Friday. To hear TMZ tell it, their main man Johnny Depp really took it to Amber, high five bruh. TMZ kept claiming that Amber was trying to “delay the divorce” and “renegotiate the settlement,” which I keep thinking is a really bizarre reading of what actually was happening behind the scenes. As far I could see, Depp was waging a months-long passive-aggressive smear on Amber and Amber was just trying to ensure that Depp paid the divorce settlement in full. At the end of the day, she’ll be getting the money. Depp and Heard have to pay their own lawyers’ fees and the judge rejected Depp’s request for a $100,000 sanction on Amber. Here’s more about how everything breaks down:

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are divvying up their assets after their divorce was officially finalized on Friday. Court documents obtained by PEOPLE outline how the former couple will divide their assets and property. Heard will keep the dogs — Pistol and Boo — who were at the center of the couple’s infamous dog smuggling showdown with Australian officials in 2015.

Heard will also keep a horse named Arrow, as well as two vehicles, a 2015 Range Rover and a 1968 Ford Mustang. Depp came away with all of his properties and real estate holdings across the globe, including Los Angeles, his home state of Kentucky, France and the Bahamas, where he retreated during his divorce. In addition, there are 42 vehicles listed in documents that Depp will hang on to, including a variety of cars, motorcycles, boats and even golf carts.

The documents also reveal the scheduled payment plan for the $7 million settlement Heard was awarded. Depp has already paid $200,000 and owes $1 million next week, another million next month, another million in May, and another million in August. He then pays $500,000 before Nov. 1 and another $2.3 million before Feb. 1, 2018.

The couple agreed to waive spousal support and each will pay his or her own attorney fees, with the exception of $500,000 Depp will contribute towards Heard’s.

[From People]

When you break it down like that, doesn’t it seem like Amber got everything she asked for, and that the judge wanted this thing locked down quickly so Johnny would have to pay her directly? So why are some outlets acting like this was some victory for Depp? It’s a mystery! Heard’s lawyer also released a statement, saying: “It is a great day. All Amber wanted was a divorce and now she has it. In the words of Gerald Ford, ‘Our long national nightmare is over.’” Nice victory lap.

As for the millions Depp officially owes to Heard now, some people suspect that Depp is having something of a liquidity problem (in more ways than one). Depp spent much of the past year selling off pieces from his extensive art collection, and many wondered why he was suddenly so desperate for cash, especially with all of that Jack Sparrow money. Well… here’s an interesting sidenote: when Depp and Heard’s divorce lawyers were in court dealing with the finalization, Depp’s other lawyers were filing a lawsuit against his business managers, The Mandel Company, for $25 million for “fraud, negligent misrepresentation, wrongful foreclosure and a breach of fiduciary duty.” That’s why Depp was selling off his art – he apparently “lost tens of millions of dollars and has been forced to dispose of significant assets to pay for TMG’s self-dealing and gross misconduct.” Very interesting.


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  1. Panda says:

    This was a fair settlement for both, I think. Daily Mail is saying Amber’s dating Elon Musk now!

  2. frisbee says:

    He’s having cash flow problems that’s probably one of the reason he delayed her payments (along with being a huge controlling, emotionally stunted scarf tart suffering from the world most catastrophic mid life crisis – but I digress) he probably didn’t have access to that amount of cash. The article about his financial ‘woes’ also noted the management company were trying to protect him from his own ‘profligate and irresponsible spending’ which was interesting. There were several blinds a couple of years ago that he was dropping millions on properties all over the world and had financial difficulties. Then he was waiting for another huge paycheck to appear, it doesn’t look as though it has. Karma, best thing about it? It’s a complete Bi!ch.

    • jinni says:

      From what I read they used his money to give others loans and invest how they wanted it invested without his say. I know he is not well liked but many of us have been used and bamboozled out of money by these type of finance people who use their knowledge of money to steal from people. I have had family members lives ruined and house foreclosed because of banker types like these Mandel Brothers who use people financial illiteracy to their own advantage and leave people destitute once they have bleed them dry or convinced them to take crap loans and mortgages that leave them financially crippled. I think it is f-ed up what they did to him and that was the main reason why Heard was not paid. It was not because he was not trying to pay her but because he didn’t have liquid cash to do so. It’s messed up and I will not gloat over someone else going through that.

      • Who ARE these people? says:

        True…except he used the situation to smear her and make her sound greedy, when instead it is more likely he was not on top of his affairs. And all those properties and vehicles? No one twisted his arm to buy them.

      • frisbee says:

        A WARP says, no one twisted his arm, he is an adult who made his own decisions to hire these people. Did he ensure proper checks were carried out on them first. We have no idea. While I agree that ‘Financial Advisers’ who swindle people out of millions are indeed despicable and can see how they fool people by relying on investors ignorance of the financial systems – they also rely on pure human greed of people who have a lot in the first place but still want more. There’s an old saying ‘if it looks too good to be true then it is’ I’m not suggesting this applies to your relatives or friends but there are some investors is does apply to, which is one of the reasons these Ponzi schemes take off occasionally, it’s not just human ignorance but also human greed. Offering twice the interest back off the original investment as the rest of the market (iirc this is what Madoff did) should ring some alarm bells.
        I also don’t see it as ‘gloating’ to see natural justice being done, he gave Amber Heard hell (and I am not a fan of her’s) but there are still people prepared to support him and still call her a gold digger. If he get’s back some of the s*it he put out by other means -that’s Karma.

      • Chaine says:

        I don’t have a lot of sympathy for him in this situation TBH. someone that spends all of their off time constantly lit cannot be surprised when their lack of responsibility for their personal and financial affairs leads to disaster.

      • African Sun says:

        @jinni, well said. The Journal said that those brothers were also using his name to get other types of deals saying they were his exclusive accountants etc.

        I agree with you how messed up it is. The Wall Street Journal said he has earned $650M in his decade long career. I just can’t believe how shady some of these finance people are.

        We all need to be careful. Once you start becoming successful financially, there are all kinds of people swarming around to take the money away.

        For the life of me, I have no idea what documentary I was watching but there was a hip hop producer duo, I think it was Jimmy Jam and Terry Lews, and they were saying for anyone who wants to break into the music business, get a lawyer then get another lawyer to watch that lawyer.

        This sounds perfect for American Greed.

      • Louise177 says:

        I don’t have a lot of sympathy when people get swindled because they don’t pay attention. Although some con artists submit doctored forms, a lot could have been prevented if people would watch their money. Yes you are hiring people to care for your money but when there’s no oversight, some will find temptation to steal thousands and even millions of dollars.

        It used to shock me when the wealthy say they don’t have money but then I realized they just aren’t liquid. Everything is in stocks, investments, real estate which seems dumb to me. It seems most should be in savings.

  3. Onika says:

    He is so gross.

    • Tris says:

      He totally is. And his disgusting behaviour to Amber was appalling. And I know he deserves EVERYTHING he gets after the way he bullied her and shamed her. But I gotta say, Dude’s having a baaaaad year. His mom dies, he gets divorced, his management pilfers tens of millions from him, and he clearly contracted some kind of mange. To quote the incoming president: “Sad.”

      • Lady D says:

        “clearly contracted some kind of mange.”

      • what's inside says:

        “some type of mange.” Brilliant!

      • BritAfrica says:

        “Dude’s having a baaaaad year. His mom dies, he gets divorced, his management pilfers tens of millions from him, and he clearly contracted some kind of mange”

        Karma’s a bitch, isn’t she? LOL…

      • Megan says:

        My new Vanity Fair came this week and I opened it to see Depp in a Dior cologne ad. My first thought was that he must be even more broke than I thought.

  4. Crowdhood says:

    The reporting on this story (not here but basically everywhere else) has shown just how far we have to go in convincing the world that women are humans.

    • Kate says:

      It’s truly depressing.

    • frisbee says:

      It’s distressing.

    • Shambles says:

      Ugh. Nailed it.

    • Magdalene says:

      But a good chunk of the reporting and commenting are done by women, what does that say about us? A good percentage of women voted for trump despite his behavior and comments towards women.

      • Shambles says:


        Speaking of which:

        This is a profile of several women who voted for Trump, listing their reasons. It’s a grim picture.

        *head desk*

      • Megan2 says:

        I tried to read that article, I swear I did, but I think I have rage fatigue and I only made it as far as the quote “he says what everyone is thinking and is afraid to say.”

        Effin’ white people man… can the racists amongst us please PLEASE stop thinking that all of their fellow white people are as racist as they are? And hey, while we’re at it, can the non-racist, rage-fatigued, honest-to-god allies amongst us start CALLING OUT OUR FELLOW WHITE PEOPLE ON THESE SHITTY OPINIONS??? TO THEIR RACIST LITTLE FACES?? PLEASE? GOD PLEASE, can we stop letting these people normalize this utter crap? Our privilege lets us ignore it, and it is scary to confront people who we consider friends or family, but it has to start happening… we HAVE to dispel this idea that “all white people are just afraid to be racist” because it gives these bottom feeders the idea that they are some brave new social justice movement for all of us, that they are the honest ones, that their ideas and thoughts and feelings about race and about class and about gender etc are valid… and they are NOT valid. White people need to call out white people, and we need to start doing it consistently and we need to do it every. time.

        I’m sorry. I don’t mean to hijack your comment. I just… I have such rage fatigue right now. I’m so so terrified every single day of what is happening in this world, and I am so sick of being told that I am being “close-minded” when I say that Trump is a literal human embodiment of hate and he needs to be stopped. I tried to read that article, and it just hurts my brain… I can’t bring myself to meet these people halfway. I can’t bring myself to reach out to them.

        I hope I’m wrong… I really really hope I’m wrong. But the white people who are standing behind Trump, and even the white people who are standing off the side of him in non-support but absolute denial… those people are on the wrong side of history and I really REALLY hope that they experience a whole new level of shame when they realize that.

        Also, to stay on topic, I hope Scarfton McVomit loses everything. My vindictiveness level has reached max, and I have no sympathy for that loser. Go Amber!!! Be free!!

      • BritAfrica says:

        Well said.

        We still let ourselves down and pick the men over ourselves every time. It really shows how much we need their money to live the life we believe we are entitled to.

        Nothing will change until women understand that – to stop being 2nd class humans and viewed as such, we need to make our own money.

      • vaultdweller101 says:

        @ Shambles: Oh my god that profile. The rage it induces. I particularly loved the pro-gay rights woman who voted for Trump/Republican because she thinks people need better healthcare and we need to take care of homeless people. What??????? So misinformed, so unable to think critically, it’s painful to read about.

      • AnnaKist says:

        Mrgan2, what a great post. I haven’t read the (Shambles’) article yet, but I will. I really would like to know and understand why a family member (male) has done a complete 180°, thinking trump is just what America needs, and why our dearest family friend, a very mature female, feels the same way. These are two people I adore, and with whom I used to discuss world affairs the most, but we now deliberately this subject. We’re not American, but where America goes from here will surely trickle down to us Down Under, as it so often has. I fear for America, I fear for us. I fear that some women are pushing us all back.

      • Erica_V says:

        @ Megan2 – I’m white and I confront racism where I see it! Two work examples – 1. a coworker came in wearing a Confederate flag hat. I went to HR and complained. He was told to remove the hat & never wear it again. 2. a coworker was speaking to an employee’s son about track & field. he asked who the best school was, when the kid told him, his reply was “wow and they don’t even have any black kids int heir school.” i turned to him and said “And what does that have to do with anything? Do you understand what a racist comment that is?!?!” he turned pink and tried to stammer something and i cut him off and said “it’s completely inappropriate for you to speak that way and to speak that way to a child is disgusting.”

        We’re here. We’re on your side. And we are trying.

    • K2 says:

      That and a POTUS with 12 allegations of sexual assault and his own recorded boasts about committing it. Yeah.

      A meme on Facebook showed him, Casey Affleck, Nat Parker, Woody Allen and Roman Polanski, with the tagline, “Allegations of sexual assault ruin a man’s career!” It’s miserable.

  5. Marlene says:

    I hope he’s crying snot in his yucky scarves.

  6. Magdalene says:

    Fame and popularity are really fleeting, a few years ago Depp could do no wrong and just one wrong move, it all came crashing down. Also, where is Tom Cruise now. Celebrities beware of having your life be about public adoration.

    • Chaine says:

      Never heard anything about TC beating any of his wives or abusing his children or being investigated by DCFS for drunken rages. No, I don’t excuse him for being a scientolobot and shunning poor Sufi, but there is some differentiation between him and the Johnny/Brad/Robin hot messes that are in the news right now.

      • jinni says:

        Scientology regularly uses lower level members as a free labor forces. They are basically slaves. They control when and if they have kids, they separate families from each other, among other things. So yes, TC being a high ranking member of this organization and besties with the Leader of this cult, makes him culpable and tainted with the mark of an abuser. He just does it on a mass scale.

      • Shambles says:

        I agree with Jinni. I think the fact that TC has willingly put his face on a system of such atrocities puts him on par with JD. If course it’s very nuanced, they’re not exactly the same. But I think they’re just as dispicable.

      • CharlotteCharlotte says:

        Yeah, you really don’t have to do much searching at all to find lists of all the human rights violations that Tom Cruise has been a willing participant in. As for his treatment of wives? He stole Nicole’s children (yes, really. People are on the record about doing this. The ones who did it, in fact) and Katie Holmes had to literally ESCAPE from him. Burner phones and speeding cars et al. He is a total and POS who deserves jail.

        This past Christmas was the first time in years that I didn’t watch Edward Scissorhands. Johnnie is trash.

      • African Sun says:

        @Chaine, Tom never really recovered after his super public association with Scientology. After War of the Worlds and Valkyrie, it’s been hard for him to drive people to the cinema.

        I am a huge fan of the Mummy – let’s see if he can bring people to the cinema for that one but not sure. His star is also fading.

        @jinni, yes THIS. Sea Org members worked on his bikes for FREE according to those Scientology watching blogs. It’s messed up. The leader of COS also uses his private jet to open new Churches.

      • Magdalene says:

        No, I didn’t mean that he abused anyone, but it wasn’t that long ago that he was so popular and now he seem to have disappeared, I meant it as a cautionary tale for the likes of Pitt but didn’t want his fans flocking to tell me he was cleared by child services when that was not the case.

      • jinni says:

        @Magdalene: Cool I get what you are saying now.

        I think their fall is part their individual personal problems but also due to the star being dead. People don’t care about going to a movie because of who is in it but because of the story, which is actually a good thing especially if one is an actor that does not like to sell one’s personal life in order to get butts in the theater.

        So as long as an actor is a part of interesting stories that the public wants to see, they will be fine.

      • QueenB says:

        but its a difficult differentiation. just because he was not beating anyone does not mean a relationship was less abusive. i mean im sure his ex wives were quite afraid of his cult around him. its not one guys controlling you but a whole religion. a man that beats you can kill you and you’ll be scared of that but this cult is a whole new level. anyone in there could see this as an attack on their faith and take it out on you if you leave.

      • imqrious2 says:

        I think alienating your children from their mother (Nicole Kidman), and making them think she’s evil incarnate, qualifies as abusing children… or am I wrong here?? Just sayin’ …. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

        Using slave labor (Sea Org.) qualifies as abuse (esp. since many were underage)… Just sayin’….¯_(ツ)_/¯

        ETA: Sorry Charlotte, didn’t see your post before I posted!

    • milla says:

      Cruise does not even see his daughter. Mental torture that he did to his ex wives is far worse than anything I could imagine.

      Depp has serious rage/drugs/alcohol issues but at least, for all we know, he never hurt anyone else.

      Either way, I do not think Amber should’ve gotten the money. It is not hers and this is not what I would do in her situation.

    • North of Boston says:

      It’s not “just one wrong move”, though.
      -Marrying someone who turns out is not a good partner for you. That’s one wrong move.
      -Being violent with them for whatever reason, that’s another.
      -Blaming your violent temper on whoever you raged at? Ding! There’s another one.
      -Spending more that you can afford, that’s another wrong move.
      -Hiring financial advisors and letting them run your affairs without proper checks and balances in place? There’s another one.
      -Choosing to spend a lot of your life in a drug fueled haze, so that you lose the ability to manage your affairs or keep your emotions in check or show up at your job on schedule? That’s another one.
      -Refusing to get help for your substance abuse/anger issues? Yup, another one right there?
      -Dragging your feet on your divorce, while smearing your ex through proxies? Add another one to the list.
      - Making d*ck moves like trying to not pay your divorce settlement (ie pretending to pay the first installment, but actually paying it to someone else so you can maintain control). Add one more to the list of wrong moves.
      -Whatever is going on and whatever he is failing to do WRT his health and personal hygiene? Let’s pencil those in too, just in case.

      And that’s not even getting into some of his choices regarding his actual career, which TBH probably are impacting the success of his film projects, diminishing his brand more than anything going on in his mess of a personal life. Mordeci, The Lone Ranger, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Transcendence, etc.

      I predict that if he cleans up his act (gets drug free so he can think clearly) and gets his house in order (hires people to run his affairs/day-to-day who aren’t just yes-men and swindlers, sells off some of his bloated real estate portfolio, and figures out how to live conservatively within his means), picks some interesting projects and does good work in them, he could have a career resurgence, even if he did some pretty shitty / sketchy things in the past. See RDJ’s career for an example of this.

      • Magdalene says:

        RDJ’s career resurgence has been with Iron man and other marvel projects, when he has tried to do small interesting projects, it hasn’t fared well. Depp might also have reached a point of no return where all people see is his scarves and drunkenness.
        My initial point was that if they can get their personal lives in order where it doesn’t matter which way the public perceptions swing, you will still be okay, but they all get caught up in this publicity game and don’t tend to their private lives as they should.

      • North of Boston says:

        “My initial point was that if they can get their personal lives in order where it doesn’t matter which way the public perceptions swing, you will still be okay, but they all get caught up in this publicity game and don’t tend to their private lives as they should. ”

        Good point!

        With RDJ, I think now he is genuinely well thought of again. Iron Man helped start the process professionally, and he seems to have worked on his issues, personally. Even if not every project goes to the top for him, people have positive associations with his name, instead of seeing him as the tabloid cautionary tale / project albatross he was for a while. I think Depp could do something similar, but you’re right that getting his personal life in order would be the main thing to focus on. If he can’t do that, I don’t think he has a chance to turn his professional image around.

    • Hazel says:

      And if he’d been smart about his money he wouldn’t be in the position he’s in now. He’s got two kids & now two exes, he sure doesn’t need 42 vehicles. That’s just dumb. But then his ego, his drinking, his sycophantic followers, all contributed to this. Smart that Amber got out quickly.

  7. Marie says:

    Of course he has financial issues. He hasn’t had a hit since Pirates. Karma’s a bitch indeed.

  8. Ruth says:

    I don’t actually think there was a winner since Judge rejected both parties’ demands. That 500k attorney fees he has to pay her was agreed in August and it’s part of the 7 mil. Amber got what was hers plus one dog and he kept what was his like it should be. And I think we all suspected that something was going on with his financials when he did everything to keep them private back in summer and also when he started selling everything.It will be interesting to see who is truly responsible about it. It also makes you think that the reason he was trying to delay the money wasn’t because he was petty or because he was punishing her, it’s actually very possible that he couldn’t pay her.
    I also read that Amber is dating Elon Musk and planning to go public and I think that it really doesn’t do her image any favours but we’ll see. I’ve heard that this guy is a controlling narcissist so it’s strange.

    • jinni says:

      Elon told his first wife not to grieve for their dead baby because he found it emotionally manipulative, he and his paypal board members cut her out of a good chunk of the money she was actually entitled to getting when they divorced, he treats his employees like crap and expect them to pretty much give up any kind of personal life in order to work for him. He also looks like Chaz Bono, so in looks and personality and treatment of partners/people he is not an upgrade, he is actually a major downgrade in the qualities most people look for in a romantic partner. His only redeeming quality seems to be his money.

      • Ramona says:

        I’m sorry but even with those traits, Elon Musk is still an upgrade from Johnny Depp. To be clear, while Elon Musk is a toad, Johnny Depp is toad diarrhoea. We can discuss that further the day Elon beats his wife and then wages a publicty war when she leaves him or when he cuts of the tip of his finger and writes that his wife is a whore using the bloodied stump. Also, I dont know if you were going with the trans hate with that Chaz Bono dig but Chaz is waaaay better looking than Depp but thats no great achievement these days.

      • jinni says:

        Anyway, I was not being transphobic I just think Chaz and Elon look alike and neither is particularly good looking to me.

        We will just have to agree to disagree because I think that Musk is worst because his crap personality seems to be his default personality, while Depp’s crap personality seemed be due to addiction since even Heard and her friend iO said when he was not high he was a nice, gentle, great person. Also his exes stood up for him, unlike Elon. Abuse is abuse and they are both messes so even though he did not put his hand on his ex, Musk is an emotional abuser and does not know how to treat people who work under him.

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      If he couldn’t pay her for legit reasons of limited cash flow, then he should have been upfront about it instead of accusing her of being greedy. His ego is massive.

    • African Sun says:

      @Ruth, Elon Musk is a RUTHLESS piece of work.

      His old school in South Africa contacted him to ask for a donation and they wanted to also give him some public accolades. He gave them the donation but on the condition that they never contact him again?

      Mate WTF?? He never talks about South Africa, never even shows any real interest in Africa, he’s strange and then how he has also treated his ex wives.

      Amber better get ready to jump in that Tesla because it’s going to be one hell of a ride.

      • anonymous says:

        @African he grew up in South Africa during apartheid, so maybe that’s the reason why he doesn’t want to talk about it.

      • African Sun says:

        @anonymous, Charlize grew up in South Africa and she talks about her country all the time. Trevor Noah also grew up during tough times in S.A — again talks about his country all the time.

      • Ruth says:

        I agree that if Musk is like this then the problem is serious cause that’s the, let’s say “default” him,his actual character and it’s not attractive at all. He might be a genius but it doesn’t mean that his behavior towards his employees and wives is excusable.
        The difference with Depp is that even though he allegedly did more horrible things, IF (and that’s a big if) he lays off the drugs and alcohol he might become a decent person again.His addiction changed him.Per Amber’s and friends’ words he’s an amazing person when sober.
        For better or for worse, since Amber allowed him to get away with it and didn’t press charges the only thing I can do is hope he gets help for his issues and drop the yes men around him. Wishing him death like I’ve seen many times won’t help anyone.
        The DV allegations and now that financial problem may be the wake up calls he needs.
        As for Amber, I hope that thing with Elon isn’t serious.

      • Lady D says:

        Who is wishing death on him, Ruth ?

    • milla says:

      He seems like a creep. Would do they even have in common? He just wants a beautiful piece of Hollywood…

      It is pretty obvious that Depp lost his way, but Musk seems and sounds like someone who is not really all there. HE gives me the Orange dude vibe when it comes to women.

    • BrooklynTam says:

      Yeah a story that came from the tabloid The Mirror must be true? Even the stories about them from last year said they were friends.

  9. Monic says:

    In other reports also said Johnny must pay the taxes generated during their marriage, about 10 million dollars.
    At the end I think it was a good deal for Amber, especially if the reports about Johnny’s finance issues are true

  10. Digital Unicorn (aka Betti) says:

    Am glad its been finalised but worry about her being involved with another abusive manipulator in Musk. Amber sweetie get help so that you can find someone who actually loves you and will treat you like you deserve. Amber has her issue but she doesn’t deserve to be treated as a punch bag.

    As for Depp – karma is b!tch slapping you hard. Blaming others is what you are all about and we see you – you blew your money on booze, drugs, cars, bikes and houses, did you think it was never ending cause you’re Johnny Depp. This isn’t the first time he’s had tax issues, wasn’t there some sort of financial scandal with the Viper Room when he was part owner?

    • YepIsaidit says:

      One of the co owners of the viper room disappeared after filing a lawsuit over millions. Strange it’s not a bigger part of Depps story. I think Depp ended up giving his share of viper room to the missing guys daughter.

    • BrooklynTam says:

      👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 And The Elon rumor is just that.

  11. Cakelover says:

    Johnny is broke, he’s the new Nicolas Cage. We’ll see him now in A LOT of movies.

  12. Guest says:

    She gets the money? Good!

  13. Shambles says:

    Good for you, Amb. In my mind I’m picturing her dancing with her friends to “B!tch Better Have my Money.” Go girl.

    That picture of Depp with a bandaged finger has a completely new significance now, and makes me absolutely sick.

  14. Fiona says:

    JD looks terrible, and his definitely having financial issues. This man has been selling properties and art for months now. I’m glad amber got out,

    It was easy for Katie Holmes public image when she escaped that 5 feet tyrant and his sycophants.

    Good luck to Angelina, bcz anyone who looks like Brad can’t be a fuvking angel. And anyone who looks like her has to be a vindictive, seductive and manipulating bitbh.

  15. Sarah says:

    Who needs 42 vehicles?!

    • Snazzy says:


    • Pinetree13 says:

      And all those houses! Surely he can’t be that bad off if he’s only selling art and not houses or like, say, 20 of those 42 cars!!

      • Jane says:

        He IS selling houses.

      • Goldie says:

        As far as I know the only homes he’s selling are the condos that he and Amber lived in. That may be because of the bad memories there. If he can still afford a village in France and a private island, he can’t be that broke.

      • Sarah says:

        Like Jane wrote, he is selling houses. Maybe because he lived there with Amber or he really has financial problems.

      • Felicia says:

        When you have the kind of money this man does, you need to do something with it. It’s not like the bank is paying any interest these days. Most of his properties are probably rented out and so likely paying for themselves while increasing in value over the years. Or would be, unless your business managers have been stealing you blind.

    • Felicia says:

      Those could be collector cars, which are actually a rather good investment.

      • . says:

        If it’s true that he’s broke, he can start to sell them.

      • Felicia says:

        He could, true enough. But that’s also the sort of thing that, depending on what they are, timing might be an important factor in realizing any sort of a profit. He might be better off selling other assets instead, assuming they haven’t been re-mortgaged and compromised by his now ex-business managers.

        The thing about investing in high end assets is that the pool of people who can afford to buy those isn’t that large. And the economies of pretty much everywhere are in the toilet.

  16. Kris says:

    He and Mel Gibson are both guys that we ADORED as teenagers. I remember having pictures of them in my room when I was 12. And now look at them! This is what alcohol does to people. On the one hand, I have no compassion for him, I’m all Team Amber, on the other hand, this makes me really really sad.

    (of all my teenage crushes, who’d have thought that it would be Don Johnson who’d turn out the most normal? No wonder I developed such a questionable taste in men!!!) ;-)

    • jinni says:

      Don Johnson dated Melanie Griffith when he was 22 and she was 14 so I don’t know how normal he really is?

  17. M.A.F. says:

    Good that this is finally over. Now, if the Jolie-Pitt crew can get their act together we can go off on to better, more entertaining gossip.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Amber knows how to pick them. I feel like elon is worse thank JD.

  19. Amelia says:

    Pretty sure that vintage mustang was hers before she met Depp. Like that was her prized possession. He’s a jerk.

  20. Neo says:

    I like her so much now. Who donates that much money to charity? I mean, what a good person.

    • Jenny says:

      She hasn’t donated it yet, just made a big stink about it in the press how she is going to donate it once she gets it. Being the cynical old lady I am I’ll believe it when I see the receipts.

      • BrooklynTam says:

        Yeah but she already donated 350,000 in August to the ACLU according to them. So when she gets the rest she’ll donate it.

  21. Lia says:

    Why do women with bony chests like that wear open shirts / garments? It looks hideous.

  22. BrooklynTam says:

    Karma is a scarf covered bitch! He knew he had financial issues (which a lot of us suspected) but he chose to not disclose this to the judge but rather smear his ex wife by accusing her a being a an attention whore while dragging out payments for months. Then immediately suing his business managers on the same day that the divorce becomes final.He was probably too drunk and high to realize that his business management was stealing his money(allegedly) He’s a millionaire living paycheck to paycheck. And if Amber was really a golddigger wouldn’t she be the one stealing money behind his back instead of his business management?Good luck Laura Wasser on getting that 1mil in fees from Scarf-Douche!😂😂 Amber got out alive and that’s the best news!

  23. Rebecca says:

    I still say that we are going to find out later that Depp had to pay back some of the “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” money. There were a lot of stories about him being drunk on set or hung over or just down right difficult. I think they brought on Orlando Bloom to cut his part way down.

    I thought the same thing when I read the latest TMZ Depp Heard story. Does Depp have a relative that works for TMZ. What the heck is up with that?

  24. SM says:

    Ugh. The media will twost and turn anything so when the orange clown shouts dishonest media he is not complitely wrong which only comes in handy for him

  25. Lucy2 says:

    Sounds like he’s been foolish with his earnings, and also taken advantage of at the same time. But what he should’ve done then was say “I fully intend to pay every penny, I am working with business managers to liquidate assets to do so”, instead of just accusing her of being a Golddigger and prolonging the divorce for attention.

  26. ltdectiveg says:

    I have been a detective for 33 years the thing I hear ” they don’t have a history of DV” You can go your whole life with no history of DV here is an example : I was called to a home of man who murdered his wife of 15 years with beer bottle, he beat her to death. He called me personalty to say “I’ve killed my wife” I said when did this happen he says “Six hours ago I wanted to watch the game.” He got life without parole.

    This man had no history of DV ,no arrest had been the average Joe, Drugs and drinking change your brain. Miss Heard did everything right! She took photos had video, A lot of women will NOT put the abuser in jail. They know what is going to happen when they get out.

    So those you saying ” I don’t believe her or she was lying for money” You’re the reason why some will not come forward.