Amber Heard threatened to publicly serve Johnny Depp with a restraining order if he did not let her continue living rent-free in his THREE LA penthouses and keep her black Range Rover after she filed for divorce

Amber Heard had threatened to publicly serve Johnny Depp with a restraining order
Amber Heard threatened to publicly serve Johnny Depp with a restraining order if he did not continue financially supporting her lifestyle after she filed for divorce, court exhibits from the couple’s $100million defamation trial reveal.

Amber Heard threatened to publicly serve Johnny Depp with a restraining order if he did not continue financially supporting her lifestyle after she filed for divorce, court exhibits from the couple’s $100million defamation trial reveal.

Jurors on Wednesday were shown a letter Heard’s attorney had sent to Depp’s legal team in May 2016, just a few days after the actress filed to end their marriage following a fight at their home.

Through her lawyer, Heard, 36, issued a list of financial and property demands, with the Aquaman star promising to ‘keep this matter out of the spotlight’ if her requests were granted.

Among her demands was the ‘exclusive use and possession’ of the black Range Rover she drove, with Depp continuing to make payments towards the vehicle.

She also wanted to carry on living rent free in three Los Angeles penthouses she and her friends were staying in, all owned by Depp, and asked for her estranged husband to cover $125,000 of her legal and accounting fees.

The letter, which was entered into evidence in the trial, sheds light on the hardball tactics used during the breakdown of the marriage with the Pirates of the Caribbean star.

Depp, 58, is suing Heard for $50million over her 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she implied she was abused by the actor after identifying as a survivor of domestic abuse.

Heard has also filed a $100million countersuit against Depp for his alleged ‘smear campaign’ which she claims cost her her career as an actress.

The Trial Continues