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Amber Heard offered over 10 millions to make po*n film

Amber Heard reportedly received a $10 million offer from Zen Models, an ad*lt entertainment company, to play the lead role in an X-rated ad*lt film. This news, which I find to be completely insane, comes to us via Popcorned Planet, however it appears that this is the case. A female-owned ad*lt entertainment firm called Zen Models reportedly made Ms. Heard an extremely generous offer to play a leading role in one of their upcoming films. This information was disclosed in a letter from Veronica Madjarian, president of Zen Models, to Elaine Bredehoft, Heard’s attorney. A LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY WAS OFFERED TO AMBER HEARD TO STAR IN AN X-RATED AD*LT MOVIE

Dear Ms. Bredehoft:

My name is Veronica Madjarian, and I serve as the company’s president. A production firm and modelling agency, Zen Models. A number of ad*lt entertainment video production firms that are interested in giving Ms. Heard a contract to appear in one of their films have gotten in touch with us. Our organisation is prepared to pay Ms. Heard $8,000,000 to appear in a production of ad*lt entertainment. In her name, further payments totaling $1,000,000 would be made to the ACLU and Children’s Hospital. Please get in touch with me at the aforementioned email if she is interested in this offer. Of course, the conditions of her involvement, the site of the shoot, and all the pertinent specifics would have to be worked out. Please let me know if Ms. Heard would consider this opportunity.

Very Truly yours,

Veronica Madjarian

The Children’s Hospital and the ACLU would each receive $1 million from Zen Models if Amber Heard accepts the $8 million offer for the role. Now, to be honest, a lot of stuff doesn’t seem to add up quite right, at least to me. First of all, why would they send Ms. Heard’s lawyer this letter rather than her management or agent? Sending this to her lawyer seems a little strange, but perhaps they did send the same message to those folks.

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Amber Heard sells her home for $1.05m after being ordered to pay Johnny Depp $8.3m

The Heard-Depp Saga continues with another update. According to reports, Amber Heard sold her California house just a couple of months after she was ordered to pay Johnny Depp $8.35 million.

In Fairfax, Virginia, seven jurors decided in favor of the 59-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean actor and awarded him over $10 million in damages.

It was determined that the 36-year-old actress had defamed Depp for the domestic abuse claims she made in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed.

It was determined that Heard must pay $8 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in damages; however, she claimed that she did not have the funds to cover the full amount.

TMZ reports that the Aquaman actress has sold her Yucca Valley home for $1.05 million – almost twice what she originally paid.

Her decision to sell the property is not officially known, but it is said to have been bought in 2019 through an anonymous trust with ties to the Aquaman star.

She claims she is unable to pay the $8.35 million she owes Depp after the verdict decision.

Heard’s legal team appealed against the ruling on July 21, saying trials were tainted by errors that discouraged a “just and fair verdict”.

In response, Depp’s attorney, who had been found liable for defamation, appealed the court’s decision awarding Heard $2 million in punitive damages.

Additionally, Heard asked for a mistrial a week before, arguing one of the jurors shouldn’t be allowed to participate in the trial.

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Apparently, his father was summoned – he has the same name and address as his son.

The Daily Beast also obtained newly-unsealed court documents alleging that Heard walked away from a $16 million divorce payout from Depp.

In 2016, the outlet reported seeing documents that say she ignored her legal team’s advice to pursue Depp for the maximum amount of money when they filed for divorce.

The actress was recommended to claim what she believed were “tens of millions of dollars” from her ex-husband’s Pirates of the Caribbean profits.

It was claimed that because Depp made Pirates of the Caribbean 5 during the marriage, it was “community property,” and she was entitled to it.