In the wake of the Depp v. Heard verdict, Amber Heard has gained significant recognition. Amber Heard is continuously getting into controversy due to her own actions. Recently, the insurance company for Amber Heard recently claimed that it is not liable for paying Johnny Depp’s verdict.
Amber Heard wanted her insurance company to pay for a portion of the judgment Johnny Depp obtained against her, but the insurance company claims that they have the right to tell her to kick rocks due to Amber’s own actions.
According to TMZ, Amber held insurance coverage with New York Marine and General Insurance Co. for $1 million in liability. Defamation was included in the policy’s list of wrongdoings, however, there even had some exceptions.
The insurance coverage is governed by California law, and according to California law, an insurance company is not liable if the insured i.e, Amber engaged in wrongful, “WILLFUL” misbehavior. According to New York Marine, the jury found that Amber intentionally and maliciously slandered others.
The insurance provider is asking the judge to rule that it is not obligated to cover some of Amber’s expenses in light of the policy and the law. A million dollars may seem like a lot, but Amber is responsible for more than $8.3 million.
The ruling is still pending. Amber is not legally entitled to anything as a result of her own actions. Let’s wait and see what happens next, though. What are your thoughts on this controversy? Keep checking Thirsty for more updates.
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