Amber Heard may have lost as much as $50 million in earnings due to the "silent in terms of opportunities" that followed her public divorce from Johnny Depp.
Monday, entertainment industry expert Kathryn Arnold testified that Ms. Heard had lost between $45 and $50 million in revenues from film, television, and endorsements since the unfavorable allegations from Depp and his attorney Adam Waldman were initially made.
The court was informed that between April 2020 and January 2021, Heard received 1.2 million negative comments on social media, many of which included the words "poop or defecation," referring to an accusation that someone defecated in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's marital bed the night after they fought on her 30th birthday.
During the hearing, it was revealed that Ms. Heard only retained her position in Aquaman 2 because Jason Momoa and the film's director James Wan were "committed to her" and "adamant" that she remain in the movie.
The actress has lost $2 million on Aquaman 2 because she could not negotiate a better salary while having a much-reduced role.
According to Arnold, the actress trained five hours every day for several months to perform the performance. Still, her involvement was "radically reduced" after a nasty social media campaign that included a petition to remove Ms. Heard from the film.
Kate Moss will testify in Johnny Depp's defamation suit against his ex-girlfriend Amber Heard.
This week, the British supermodel who dated Johnny Depp in the 1990s is set to appear in court through video link.
Mr. Depp is suing Ms. Heard over an essay she published in the Washington Post in 2018 that, according to his attorneys, wrongly suggests he physically and sexually assaulted her throughout their relationship.
He has refuted every allegation.
A source close to Mr. Depp has verified that Ms. Moss will testify via videolink on Wednesday.
The announcement arrives in the penultimate week of the US trial in Fairfax County, Virginia, with closing arguments scheduled for Friday.
Both Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard have previously testified, with Ms. Heard's testimony concluding on Wednesday.
Amber Heard is accused of manipulating photographs of her injuries after confronting Johnny Depp.
Mr. Depp's legal team was spotted celebrating when Ms. Heard referenced Ms. Moss while hearing a rumor that Mr. Depp had shoved the model down a flight of stairs.
Multiple witnesses, including Ms. Heard's sister Whitney, Ms. Heard's friend Raquel Pennington, and one of Mr. Depp's other ex-girlfriends, Ellen Barkin, have testified to jurors about physical and sexual abuse claims against the actor.
Ms. Barkin said in a video deposition aired in court last week that Mr. Depp was controlling during their brief relationship.
Initial witness lists for the trial included Tesla inventor Elon Musk and actors Paul Bettany and James Franco, but none of them have been summoned as witnesses.