Actor Johnny Depp recently donated the proceeds from the sale of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) to a charity related to his ex-wife Amber Heard.
According to a social media post, Depp’s Never Fear Truth NFT has raised a total of nearly $ 80,000 in donations. It was divided into four organizations: the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, the Footprint Union, and the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital. ..
Of these four, the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital is associated with Mr. Haad.
@PCHFWA Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation (via CAF USA)@GOSHCharity Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (via CAF USA)@fp_coalition Footprint Union@ChildrensLA Los Angeles Children’s Hospital (CHLA)
— Don’t be afraid of the truth (@JohnnyDeppNFT) July 5, 2022
The Aquaman Star said her $ 7 million divorce settlement in 2016 would be split into two charities, the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).But recently Defamation trialIt became clear that Mr. Hard did not do so.
Of course, after the announcement of Mr. Depp’s NFT sale, fans Pirates of the Caribbean An actor for his “endless tenderness”.
One user wrote, “JD always fulfills his promise and his honesty deserves praise. I love him.” Another said, “And this is a philanthropic activity, ladies and gentlemen. And the difference between an unfulfilled pledge and a direct donation. PS pledges almost always have a fulfillment schedule. Signed pledge vehicle. I am confident that these organizations are very grateful. “
The third added: “That’s what an honest person does. He thinks of others as well as himself. He has a golden heart,” said the fourth comment. Donations are not promised. “
Meanwhile, after losing the defamation trial against Mr. Depp, Hard’s lawyer I asked a judge in the Fairfax County Circuit to revoke her verdict or order a new one. Earlier this month, Heard’s defense team reportedly claimed that the $ 10 million award wasn’t justified enough. They even disputed Mr. Depp’s claim that Mr. Haad’s comments in the editorial lost his role in his “Pirates of the Caribbean.” In addition, they claimed that at least one jury had not undergone the necessary review by court officials.
however, Courthouse newsIn an email, Depp’s lawyer Ben Chu dismissed Mr. Haad’s allegations as “what we expected, longer and less substantive.”