Amber Heard Donates All $7 Million Of Divorce Settlement To Charity

Posted: Aug 19 2016, 9:55am CDT | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Amber Heard Donates All $7 Million of Divorce Settlement to Charity
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Amber Heard makes her point against domestic violence by donating every penny from her divorce settlement to charities.

The war is over and the calm has settled. The Heard-Depp divorce case came to conclusion on Wednesday in which Amber withdrew her domestic abuse case and settled the divorce for the sum of seven million dollars.

No one knew what really happened in there but we know that Amber had pushed hard on the domestic abuse charges against Johnny who had constantly denied them.

She even dropped her request for a high settlement when she was accused of concocting up the domestic abuse charges to get more money.

So Amber is making her point that she never needed the money. In a recent move, Amber has announced that she will be donating all of her settlement money, that is, $7 million to charities.

Namely the American Civil Liberties Union and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. The ACLU is an organization that helps the victims of domestic abuse and Amber said that she wanted to help out the people who could not help themselves.

In a formal statement, reported by Variety, Amber wrote that, "As described in the restraining order and divorce settlement, money played no role for me personally and never has, except to the extent that I could donate it to charity and, in doing so, hopefully help those less able to defend themselves."

She said that she knew her money will be put to good use in the organization and she will continue to donate more in the future. American Civil Liberties Union executive director Anthony D. Romero praised Amber for her kindness.

He said that the organization has worked through the courts and legislatures around the country to make sure that domestic violence victims are fully protected by the law and receive the government assistance they deserve. They thanked Amber for her financial help and support.

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