Amber Heard Sells Desert Home As Johnny Depp’s $8 Million Debt Looms

Nearly two months after Johnny Depp won his defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard, the actress has quietly sold her California desert oasis, confirms The Post.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom Yucca Valley estate, which sits on 6 acres of land in California, has been sold off the market.

Property records show that on July 18, the house was traded for $1.05 million.

New Jersey-based Rickard and Carol-Jeanette Jorgensen, who also own property in Nevada and are the founders of Jorgensen & Company LLC, are the new owners, The Post has learned.

It is unclear how the Jorgensens found out about the off-market home or if there is a direct connection to Heard. The Post reached out for comment.

Spanning over 2,450 square feet, the previous listing described the estate as “the chance to own a once-in-a-lifetime property.”

Boasting views of rocks, mountains, and desert, the resort comes with a 110-foot technical bridge, which leads to a mountainside lookout.

Amber Heard posts an Instagram photo on February 11, 2022 at her Yucca Valley home with the 110ft custom engineered bridge.
Amber Heard posted an Instagram photo in February at her Yucca Valley home with the 110ft custom engineered bridge in the frame.
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Features include solid iron front doors, a kitchen with a double frying pan and wiring for the whole house surround sound stereo system.

The master bedroom is equipped with two dressing rooms and large stone sinks, as well as a bathtub.

Meanwhile, the garage spans some 1,200 square feet.

The house spans over 2,450 square feet.
The house spans over 2,450 square feet.
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A view of the open floor plan.
A view of the open floor plan.
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A wet bar.
A wet bar.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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Heard, 36, bought the house for $570,000 in 2019. She walks away with a big profit.

But considering the $8.3 million she was ordered to pay Depp after being found guilty of defamation by the jury, every penny counts.

Overall, the “Aquaman” actress was asked to cover $10 million in compensatory damages, plus $350,000 in punitive damages.

One of three bathrooms.
One of three bathrooms.
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One of three bedrooms.
One of three bedrooms.
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The main bathroom.
The primary bathroom.
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The outdoor terrace.
The outdoor terrace.
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After the countersuit she filed, in which Depp was ordered to pay $2 million and Virginia’s cap on damages, Heard must pay $5 million in total — money that she says she doesn’t have.

And she could now kick herself for it.

Newly unsealed court documents now show Heard waived a divorce payment that could have cost tens of millions of dollars.

Documents obtained by The Post show Heard turned down demands from lawyers asking for half of Depp’s $33million he paid to film the fourth episode of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ – since it was made then that they were married.

Amber Heard in her desert home in February 2022.
Amber Heard in her desert home in February 2022.
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In an email submitted to the court, Heard wrote of her decision not to pursue $16.5 million that she was “surprisingly loyal to [her] word, it’s not about the money.

The email exchange never made it to trial, as a judge refused to allow this evidence to be admitted in the defamation trial.

The Post has contacted representatives for Heard for comment.

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