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Amber Heard’s Net Worth Is Negative $6 Million Dollars Since The Johnny Depp Trial

To say that for Amber Heard, her net worth and financial status are a bit of a mess these days would be somewhat of an understatement. With the explosive six-week trial between Heard and her ex-husband Johnny Depp coming to a somewhat startling conclusion on June 1, 2022, Heard’s finances took a massive hit when she was found guilty of defamation and ordered to hand over $10.4 million to Depp.

Shortly after the guilty charge, Heard’s lawyers said she was in no position to pay that amount. So, where does she stand financially and what is Amber Heard’s net worth? It’s not looking great.


To have a net worth in the negatives isn’t something you see every day. And there are a number of different things that contributed to this number.

For starters, it’s not like Amber Heard was tearing it up at the box office or on the small screen, but she wasn’t suffering either and it was the trial versus her ex-husband that brought all her net worth earnings to light.

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Amber Heard in court

According to testimony given at the Depp v Heard trial, between 2013 and 2019, Heard earned a pre-tax income of $10 million.

This amount came from multiple sources of income from movie and TV salaries to her endorsements. 2019 was Heard’s highest-earning year when she brought in around $3 million. From this perspective, Amber Heard’s net worth had been on the rise.

Trial testimony showed that Amber Heard was on a four-picture deal with Warner Bros. that paid her $450,000 for the first of those four films. Amber Heard’s salary related to her net worth increased to $1 million when she went to work on the first Aquaman film.

Her contract then guaranteed her a $2 million payday for the Aquaman sequel (Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom) and if there was going to be a third Aquaman film, she would be guaranteed $3-4 million. For the Aquaman franchise, Amber Heard’s net worth was going in the correct direction.

Amber Heard also had some television money that contributed to her net worth. She was recently seen in the TV remake of Stephen King’s The Stand. The series was nine-episodes and Heard earned $200,000 per episode, for a grand total payday of $1.8 million.

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