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Amber Heard Sells Elon Musk Expensive Gift to Pay Johnny Depp’s Defamation Trial!

Amber Heard Sells Elon Musk Expensive Gift

After she lost their defamation case, Amber Heard was forced to sell a pricey gift she once received from Elon Musk in order to pay Johnny Depp.

Heard formerly dated the man who founded Tesla and SpaceX, which resulted in her receiving a lot of gifts from the South African billionaire. A Tesla Model X vehicle was one of these gifts.

The electric car has 1,200 horsepower and a range of 628 kilometers on a single charge. Despite being a large vehicle, it has a top speed of 250 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds.

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Given that she is an actress and can afford such things, there has previously been debate over whether she brought the car herself or if it was actually a gift from Musk.

Given that it is the fully loaded model of the vehicle, its value is approximately 130,000 US dollars. A 2018 Washington Post editorial written by Amber Heard  was found to have defamed the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, according to the judge in the defamation trial between Depp and Heard.

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Amber Heard is caught on camera having an affair with James Franco and Elon Musk. Following a seven-week trial in a Virginia courtroom that included numerous witnesses and experts deliberating on whether Depp was abusive to Heard during their 15-month marriage—or vice versa—the jury’s unanimous verdict brought an end to the case.

When Amber Heard began dating Elon Musk, her soul “was dead”: Counselor | Marca Due to a state law cap on punitive damages, Depp’s initial 15 million dollar award was later reduced to 10.35 million dollars.

Heard prevailed in one count of her countersuit, in which she demanded $100 million and claimed a Depp press agent had slandered her by referring to her accusations as “an abuse hoax” intended to capitalize on the Me Too movement. She received $2 million.

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