Amber Heard Bargain Shops With Sister After Confessing She Can't Pay Johnny Depp $8.3M in Damages
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The 'Aquaman' actress is spotted shopping at bargain department store TJ Maxx in New York after she says that she can't afford to pay her former husband in damages following her trial loss.

AceShowbiz - Amber Heard is looking through the clearance racks. The "Aquaman" actress was spotted bargain shopping with her sister Whitney Henriquez after publicly confessing that she can't pay Johnny Depp $8.3 million in damages following her defamation trial loss.

In photos and videos obtained by TMZ on Sunday, June 19, the 36-year-old actress and her sister were seen with a cart filled with various articles of clothing. In the footage, the sisters could be heard talking about "white linen pants."

For the outing, Amber donned a white button-down top, jeans and black loafers. The actress had her blonde hair up in a high bun and wore minimal makeup. In the meantime, her sister Whitney wore a tan blazer over a graphic tee and jeans.

Amber and Whitney's outing came just weeks after Amber's lawyers publicly stated that she can't pay the $8.3 million awarded to Johnny at the end of the trial, which lasted for a month throughout May. Her legal team also declared that they're going to appeal the jury's decision.

More recently, Amber told Savannah Guthrie during an interview with "Today" that she has "years of worth of notes" to prove Johnny's abuse. "There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011, from the very beginning of my relationship, that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to...Her notes represented years of real-time explanations of what was going on," she said.

During the interview, Amber said that she told her therapist in January 2012 that the "Black Mass" star had "hit her, threw her on the floor," and a 2013 note stated Johnny had "thrown her against a wall and threatened to kill her."

"The Danish Girl" actress also insisted she never intended to hurt anyone with her 2018 Washington Post op-ed, which never mentioned Johnny by name. She said, "The op-ed wasn't about my relationship with Johnny. What the op-ed was about was me loaning my voice to the bigger cultural conversation that we were having at the time."

After a six-week trial, Johnny was awarded $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages, which the judge lowered to $350,000 because of a cap in the state of Virginia, while Amber was awarded $2 million compensatory damages for her counter suit.

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