Amber Heard was seen shopping with her sister at a discount store shortly after a judge ordered her to pay more than $10 million to ex-husband Johnny Depp.
The 36-year-old Aquaman star was spotted alongside her sister, Whitney Henriquez, as she enjoyed a shopping spree at discount chain TJ Maxx on Sunday evening.
As TMZ reported, the bargain hunt took place at the chain’s Bridgehampton store on Long Island.
During their outing, the actress was wearing an oversized white shirt and baggy jeans with her hair tied up in a bun – a look contrasting her extravagant court appearance during the Depp-Heard trial.
Furthermore, the publication revealed that the two sisters set their eyes on white linen pants while inspecting racks full of clothes.
The low-key shopping comes shortly after the actress was ordered to pay her ex-husband $10 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages for defaming him in her 2018 op-ed for The Washington Post.
Meanwhile, the actor has been ordered to pay Heard $2 million in compensatory damages over the defaming comments his lawyers had made.
In total, Heard owes the Pirates of the Caribbean star as much as $8.35 million.
As of this writing, it remains unclear how the actress, whose lawyers said she is broke, intends to pay the judgment.
While Heard could potentially file for bankruptcy in hopes of seeing the $10 million she owes Depp in compensatory damages wiped away, she could also see her future earnings garnished should she refuse to pay despite having a sufficient earning potential.
“For an individual who doesn’t have the ability to pay the judgment and no ability to post the bond, then there is a real issue if the winning party intends to execute the judgment,” attorney Sandra Spurgeon explained in an interview with CBS MoneyWatch.
She went on to say that Johnny Depp holds all the power whereas he could pursue the judgment or waive rights to monetary compensation.
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