Famous Actress “Amber Heard” May Go To JaIL For Abusing “Johnny Depp”. Read Complete Details Below

If you are a fan of the famous actress and model Amber Heard, then there is a sad and heartbreaking update for you. The popular actress is well known for her role as Mera in Dc’s Aquaman. She has received many of the awards and nominations, and she’s in the headlines of all leading newspapers.

Such exciting peeps!!!! Here in this article, we are going to see why she’s in current news?? So, let’s reveal the truth first, and then we will discuss it more. Famous actress Amber Heard might be JAILED for ABUSING Johnny Depp. Yes, fans, this might be possible that the legendary star might be jailed because of abusing Johnny Depp. Let’s see more details of this news.

A Brief About Amber Heard & Johnny Depp’s Relationship

Popular actress Amber Heard and Johnny Depp were together since the 2010 year, and they successfully get married at Los Angeles on February 02, 2015, in their house only. Sadly, they did not enjoy a happy married life, and just a year after their marriage, Heard filed for a divorce. The actress had a temporary restraining order against her husband (Johnny Depp). She accused him that he used to abuse her throughout the time, which they spent together physically. In response, her husband denied all these allegations made by her.

What Happened After She Accused Depp?

After all this incident, various reports stated that all the injuries of the actress were fake, and to stay away with Depp; she manipulated the evidence. Then, Depp also published an audiotape, which tells us that Heard was the one who is was an actual abuser. Due to her initial comment, Depp lost his job in Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

As per Samantha McMillen, who is the stylist of Amber Heard, she did not see any injuries marks on that exact date when Heard accused Depp of abusing her. It is likely possible that the court will find her guilty for tampering evidence and faking them. If it happens then, she will receive a minimum of three years of prison sentence according to the California Penal Code.

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