Aquaman 2 actress, Amber Heard, will not be doing any public events or interviews unrelated to her work until after the Depp trial, her agent says.
Several sources have confirmed that Amber Heard is currently unavailable for interviews and any ‘non-scripted’ public events until further notice per her agent. Fans wonder whether this has something to do with Amber Heard’s upcoming defamation case brought on by her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
If you’re interested in getting any comments from Amber Heard regarding her recent induction into motherhood or her ongoing legal battle with the Pirates of The Caribbean actor, you’re out of luck. The 35-year-old actress is only doing appearances with ‘official and trusted’ companies and she’s reportedly asking for an arm and a leg as payment.
It appears that Amber Heard will only do interviews and events for Aquaman 2 that are approved by Warner Bros. Media personnel have also been told not to ask her about her baby, Oonagh Paige Heard, or her legal battle with Johnny Depp.
“We were shut down immediately by both her [Amber Heard] agent and publicist.” Tony, a blogger for a well known Australian lifestyle magazine told us. “We were just going to do a small piece on how she’s is finding motherhood and we were basically told that her personal life is ‘none of our business.’ Quite unprofessional, if you ask me.”
Other reporters have reportedly also been turned away by Heard’s team and, according to her agent Jessica, she’s completely unavailable for interviews or impromptu events.
Perhaps she has been advised by her legal team to not make any public appearances ahead of Johnny Depp’s defamation trial because it could further damage her chances of a victory in 2022.
Amber Heard is being sued for a slanderous hit-piece that was published Washington Post under her name. Heard and her legal team have attempted, but failed, to have the trial thrown out on grounds that the UK High Court hearing ruled in favour of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire regarding the ‘wife-beater’ article.
However, since that trial new irrefutable evidence has come to light that has proven that Amber Heard lied, not once but many times, under penalty of perjury during her hearing. Also, the judge ruling on the case had close ties to the defendant; his son worked for the company that Depp was suing and was a former colleague of the person who wrote the Johnny Depp hit-piece.
Amber Heard will reprise her role as Mera in Warner Bros and DC Comics film adaptation of Aquaman 2. The film is expected to hit cinemas Christmas 2022.