Amber Heard Is Facing A Brand New Lawsuit After The Verdict In Her Defamation Suit Against Johnny Depp

The drama surrounding the aftermath of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation case has arguably become even more complex than the six-week trial itself at this point. Since the jury delivered its verdict in early June, further developments have cropped up for both stars. When it comes to Heard, she and her team are currently navigating how she’ll pay the millions of dollars that Depp was awarded in court while also seeking ways to appeal or even have a mistrial declared. On top of that, it would seem that the actress is now facing a brand-new lawsuit filed by an insurance company.

The New York Marine and General Insurance Company is the entity that’s suing Amber Heard, per Law & Crime. The organization, which insured Heard from July 2018 to July 2019, filed suit against her this past Friday in California and did so in the hopes of accomplishing three things. The first thing is to absolve itself of paying for the star’s defense in her defamation case against Johnny Depp. The group also filed so that it will not be required to pay the money that Heard now owes her ex according to the verdict. And finally, it’s hoping to avoid picking up the tab for any further litigation expense connected to an appeal.

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