Amber Heard’s fans have started GoFundMe campaigns to assist her pay Johnny Depp.

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Amber Heard’s fans have gone to the streets to help her with the $10.35 prize that was given to her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

The former marriage was the focus of a high-profile defamation action that began in April.

In a 2018 op-ed for The Washington Post, the 58-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star attempted to sue Heard, 36, for $50 million for referring to herself as a “public figure symbolizing domestic abuse. In the meantime, the Aquaman star was suing for $100 million in retaliation for statements made by Depp’s former lawyer, Adam Waldman. Throughout the seven-week trial, witnesses and specialists testified in the Fairfax, Virginia, courthouse, accusing each other of being abusive.

Finally, on Wednesday, a jury unanimously ruled in Depp’s favor, awarding him $10 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages.

Elaine Bredehoft, Heard’s lawyer, then appeared on the TODAY show, telling Savannah Guthrie that the Aquaman star could “absolutely not” pay the $10.35 million in damages.

Despite the fact that Bredehoft did not expound on these remarks, it appears that Heard’s supporters have taken action on her behalf.

According to a source, one Heard admirer went so far as to create a GoFundMe page for him, hoping to raise $1 million in the first place.

The campaign was titled ‘Justice for Amber Heard’ and was started by someone called Kimberly Moore, according to screenshots retrieved from the page.

The fundraiser’s description stated:

“The trial was a complete embarrassment. Amber and social media, I believe, shielded the abuser. The judgment is greater than her net worth. It’s very unfortunate that he got away with the abuse. This abuse is exacerbated by the ruling. Please assist her if you are able. She’ll have immediate access to the funds.”

Moore also stated that she had spoken with Heard’s attorney in order to “loop” the actor in.

According to a source, a GoFundMe spokeswoman acknowledged that the fundraising was not put up by Amber Heard or a member of her team.

Furthermore, the page was deleted before “a significant quantity of money” was collected because it was swiftly detected.

Surprisingly, more GoFundMe pages have been created to support Heard.

Organizer Marco Gonzales is seeking for $8,000,000 in the one shown in the screenshot above. The following is their summary: “I’m Marco Gonzalez, and I’d like to introduce myself. “Assist Amber Heard in raising monies.” ” She lacks the financial means to pay a Virginia court’s judgment against her. Whether you support her or oppose her, the truth remains that she lacks Johnny Depp’s financial advantages ” Do you believe she had a “fair trial”? Isn’t there something regarding the first amendment that you should know about? Why was this case heard in a state courthouse rather than a federal courtroom?

“There’s a reason the constitution exists. The situation will now be discussed.

“The constitution serves a certain purpose. The case will now be appealed, but the process will be different. She’ll have to go forward without always thinking about her massive debt.”

Of course, the court’s decision included a $2 million damage award based on her countersuit.