Could Amber Heard go to jail for not paying Johnny Depp?

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Amber Heards Dramatic Testimony
Amber Heards dramatic testimony

After finishing the trial between ex-husbands Amber Heard and Johnny Depp and from which he emerged victorious, now she will have to pay him a large amount of money in dollars, but if not, would she go to jail?

They capture Johnny Depp leaving a bar while the verdict was given in the trial against Amber Heard

Amber Heard has made public that she does not have money to pay Jhonny Depp and that has earned her a lot of criticism from internet users, including that she sells everything or borrows, but that she must pay Depp to “learn the lesson”.

Amber Heard will have to pay Depp 10 million dollars and several news portals are now reporting that the actress’s lover has said that her client has no money and this would still cause serious problems for the famous woman.

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Amber Heard could declare bankruptcy and also on several portals they highlight that it would be unlikely for Amber to go to jail for not paying Johnny since there is the option for the actor to waive compensation or negotiate for a smaller amount. 

Similarly, Amber Heard could file for bankruptcy or request that her future income is garnished until the debt is paid in full. 

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Virginia authorities would have to investigate how much Amber Heard’s estate amounts to, to verify if she does not have the necessary resources to pay Jhonny Depp.

Legal experts point out on social networks that the actor Johnny Depp could decide whether or not to accept the amount that his ex would have to pay him, however, everything would indicate that he does plan to do so since he would have financial problems. 

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 10 years. For over 7 years in journalism. Half of them are as editor. My weakness is doing mini-investigations on new topics.
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