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Amber Heard Is Not A Gold Digger, So Cross That Off Your Female Victim Insults List

By Jodi Smith | Celebrity | August 18, 2016 |

By Jodi Smith | Celebrity | August 18, 2016 |

When Amber Heard first filed for divorce from Johnny Depp amid allegations of abuse, Trash People called her many horrible names. Gold Digger. Liar. Instigator. Opportunistic. A video she filmed of Depp breaking things and screeching at her was somehow released to the public and she was still called all of these names and more. If you don’t believe me, wade into the comments on Courtney’s post from the other day.

Heard then dropped her request for a restraining order against Depp and her allegations of assault. I can only believe that she did this in order to have the divorce over and done and attempt to get away from the vile accusations being flung at her. As of Tuesday, Depp and Heard were officially divorced. Heard received a $7 million divorce settlement from the actor. Pieces of shit everywhere were probably patting themselves on their backs when this was made public.

Those pieces of shit can stuff their hands back up their asses, as Variety is reporting that Heard donated all $7 million to charities.

Heard said she’s donating half of the settlement to American Civil Liberties Union, “with a particular focus to stop violence against women,” and to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where she has worked as a volunteer for the past ten years.

Heard also passed on receiving money from residuals from the movies Depp made while they were married, though she was entitled to that.

Heard will next appear in London Fields, What’s the Point?, and as Mera in Justice League and Aquaman.


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Jodi Smith is a Senior Reporter, Film & Television at Pajiba. You can email her or follow her on Twitter.