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Amber Heard Plans to Donate Her $6.8 Million Divorce Settlement to Charity

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News video: Amber Heard Plans to Donate Her $6.8 Million Divorce Settlement to CharityAfter months of legal settlement issues and personal drama, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have reached an agreement on their divorce settlement. According to TMZ, Johnny Depp has agreed to pay a total of $7 million. Of the settlement cost, Deep has directly donated $200,000 of the seven million, to the ACLU and Children’s Hospital L.A.. Heard will receive a total payout of $6.8 million over the next 12 months and has also promised to donate her entire settlement to various charities.

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