The finalities are already set for Amber Heard's chance to save another battered woman or a child victim with her million dollar donation for Children's Hospital and American Civil Liberties Union. This will be the final result of Heard and Johnny Depp's divorce settlement which is a whopping $7 million dollars, already committed by the Danish Girl for charity purposes. The divorce battle that shocked everyone else that started May of this year will have its decision within this week as confirmed by Amber Heard's lawyer.
When Amber Heard initially gave ACLU $350,000, Johnny Depp is obliged to sort out their agreement so that Heard can fulfill her promise to the institutions involved, in a recent report from Us Weekly. In a recent interview with attorney Pierce O'Donnell, the 30-year old actress' legal aid described how devoted she is on her advocacies in helping victims of domestic violence and sick children. All the more that she has claimed to have been abused by her ex Depp during their four-year marriage.
Their mutual agreement was agreed upon last August and although there are rumors of the Pirates of the Carribean actor holding back, there are no reasons for him to do that. Even in a recent public service announcement (PSA) that Amber Heard did in support of her advocacy, the actress did not violate any in terms of confidentialities as indicated on the divorce settlement. Furthermore, Mirror has also reported that Heard will continue to lend her support by voicing out the concerns of the victims.
On Amber Heard's recent cry for change in the system of domestic violence reporting, she urges the victims to speak up and tell their story, to be assertive and brave that their situation is not something to be ashamed of. The Rum Diary stars expressed her gratefulness to those who supported her during those troubling times with Depp and pointed out that victims should communicate with a support group and not isolate themselves from the situation.