Amber Heard Reportedly Believes Her Career is Over Following Court Loss to Johnny Depp

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It's been a rough couple of weeks for actress Amber Heard after losing the highly-publicized multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit her former husband Johnny Depp filed against her. Over the last couple of weeks, there have been rumors swirling all over the web that the Aquaman star plans to file a counterclaim but as it stands, no such thing has been put in place.

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Now, one would assume that the drama between Depp and Heard is now over with the Pirates of the Caribbean moving on with his life and career. Well, it turns out that Amber is set to fire another shot at the Hollywood icon.

OK! Magazine reports that Amber just inked a multi-million deal to work on a tell-all book about her failed marriage to Johnny. According to the entertainment publication, not only is Amber out to tell the world her side of the story but she's also after the money the said book could potentially make.

Their source also said that Amber has accepted that her Hollywood career is over but is looking forward to writing the book. The source claims: "Amber considers her career in Hollywood over. She’s already in talks and is excited about it. At this point, she has nothing to lose and wants to tell all."

The report later stated that Amber is financially unstable and is "in a position to turn down money". It's worth noting that the 36-year-old star of the upcoming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom owes the Fantastic Beasts star $10 million.

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Amber has yet to make an official statement regarding the latest reports surrounding her but I do agree that her Hollywood career is in dire jeopardy.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom's theatrical release has been rescheduled to March 17, 2023.