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Amber Heard hasn’t fulfilled her dedication to donate $3.5 million from her Johnny Depp divorce settlement to the American Civil Liberties Union, Terence Dougherty, ACLU’s COO and basic counsel testified on Thursday as a part of Depp’s $50 million defamation trial towards his ex-wife.
Dougherty mentioned Heard agreed to provide half of her $7 million settlement in 2016 however as of this 12 months, she had paid lower than half of the dedication.
The latest installment was made in December 2018 and in 2019 Dougherty mentioned the ACLU contacted Heard about persevering with funds and was advised she was having “financial difficulties.”
He mentioned Heard had immediately paid $350,000 to the ACLU. A $100,000 test from Depp, a $500,000 cost from a donor-advised fund at Vanguard that Dougherty mentioned the group believes is related to Elon Musk, Heard’s ex-boyfriend, and a $350,000 cost from a donor-advised fund at Constancy that he believes additionally got here from Musk, rounded out the funds.
In whole, she was credited with donating $1.3 million, with the vast majority of that showing to return from Musk and Depp.
“So it’s fair to say she has not donated $3.5 million as of today?” Depp’s lawyer questioned Dougherty in his video testimony.
“True,” Dougherty answered.
Musk emailed the ACLU’s CEO in 2017, after he began relationship Heard, explaining that his girlfriend meant to fulfill her $3.5 million pledge over 10 years, Dougherty testified however mentioned that point dedication wasn’t “specifically confirmed.”
Dougherty additionally testified that the ACLU drafted the op-ed that Heard penned, claiming Depp had abused her throughout their marriage. The Washington Submit op-ed is on the heart of Depp’s defamation case. He denies the allegations.
Heard deliberate to provide the remaining $3.5 million from her $7 million divorce settlement to the Youngsters’s Hospital Los Angeles. It is unclear if she fulfilled that dedication.