The defamation case of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp is still binding everyone. The much-hyped trial has grabbed everyone’s attention as both the stars have leveled some serious allegations against each other. From accusing Amber of physically torturing them to accusing Johnny Depp of violent behavior – both stars made some pretty serious allegations in court. And still there is no end to it. Now, when the court has ordered Amber Heard to pay a bombshell in damages to Johnny Depp, the insurance company has reportedly refused to support the Aquaman 2 actress.
Reports suggest that the insurance company has refused to pay for Amber Heard saying that Johnny Depp He was defamed ‘intentionally’ and ‘maliciously’. Not one, but two insurance companies have moved the court and filed a lawsuit against them. Amber Heard To free himself from paying further for damages. New York Marine and General Insurance Company filed a lawsuit against Amber in the US District Court for the Central District of California on Friday, reports Law & Crime. Reports suggest that the actress had a $1 million liability policy with the company, with which she could pay a portion of the damages caused to Johnny. As decided in the lawsuit, Amber Heard was asked by the court to pay $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. However, if Amber is found to have committed ‘deliberate’ and ‘malicious’ misconduct, the insurance company may refuse payment, say reports.
Is more trouble brewing for Amber Heard? The Aquaman 2 actress seems to be in a huge legal and financial mess. Earlier, Amber Heard has reportedly mentioned that she has no money to pay for the damages caused to Johnny Depp. The actress was also seen shopping at a discounted store.
Stay tuned for the latest scoop and updates from BollywoodLife Bollywood, Hollywood, south, TV And web series,
click to join us Facebook, Twitter, youtube And instagram,
also follow us Facebook Messenger For latest updates.