Amber Heard Countersues Insurance Company For Breaching Their Contract As They Refuse To Pay $8.3M She Owes Johnny Depp-REPORTS

Amber Heard is adamant that the insurance company is liable to pay the damages she owes to Johnny Depp after losing the defamation trial

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Amber Heard Countersues Insurance Company For Breaching Their Contract As They Refuse To Pay $8.3M She Owes Johnny Depp-REPORTS
Amber Heard is seemingly struggling to put together the $8.3M that she owes to her ex-husband Jhonny Depp. The Aquaman actress has now countersued New York Marine and General Insurance Co. after they first asked a judge to keep them away from a $1 million liability policy she'd taken out to protect her from defamation claims. ALSO READ | Amber Heard Forced To Sell off Her Mojave Desert Home After Being Ordered To Pay Johnny Depp $8.3m-REPORTS

However, Heard is adamant that the insurance company is liable to pay the damages she owes to Johnny Depp after losing the defamation trial held earlier this year. 

The company argued over the fact that the jury found Amber's committed willful misconduct in her defamation of Johnny and they even said that it gives them an out in having to fulfil the policy. 

Simply speaking, New York Marine and General Insurance Co. believe they are not responsible. 

A recent TMZ report quoted the court documents which saw Amber arguing the exact opposite. She claimed that irrespective of the case’s outcome, New York Marine promised to pay her defense costs and judgments against her up to a million dollars.

Amber Heard claimed it was an unconditional deal they struck with her and she said that they haven’t lived up to their end of the bargain. ALSO READ | Amber Heard’s Lawyers File For Motion To Dismiss Defamation Trial Verdict Against Johnny Depp; Says He Has ‘No Evidence’!

According to the TMZ report, Amber Heard said that they are trying to wipe their hands clean, they're turning their back on that agreement ... including breach of contract, among other claims. Heard met them in court and asked a judge to ‘require the insurer to pony up.’

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