Amber Heard Countersues Insurance Company Over Depp Verdict

Amber Heard

At a glance

  • In court documents obtained by the outlet, the “Aquaman” star argued that the policy had an “unconditional deal,” which meant that New York Marine would have to pay her defense costs and judgments up to a million dollars, regardless, the Daily Mail reported.
  • She is suing the insurer for “breach of contract” and more.
  • New York Marine wants the actress to pay them $621,693 in exchange for their contribution to Heard’s defense fund because the insurance company claimed its lawyers were kept out of some of the legal proceedings.

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