Amber Heard has been pictured bargain hunting in a discount clothing store in one of her first public appearances since being ordered to pay Johnny Depp $15 million in damages.
The actress, who is reeling just weeks after her ex’s lawsuit, was seen roaming the shops with her sister Whitney Henriquez in New York store TJ Maxx.
The discount store is known for selling past season designer brands at cut prices.
Heard was dressed down for the shopping trip in a loose-fitting white shirt, jeans and black loafers, with her hair tied back in a bun.
TMZ reports the sisters were overheard chatting about white linen pants and had filled a basket with clothes.
But, Heard is reported to have bolted after spotting a photographer taking pics of her in the store.
Her appearance is just three weeks after Depp sued her for $50 million for defamation.
The trial followed the publication of a 2018 piece in The Washington Post in which she alleged she was a victim of domestic abuse but had not named him specifically
The jury found the actress had acted with “malice” and awarded Depp $15 million in damages.
Heard had countersued her ex for $100 million and the jury awarded her $2 million in punitive damages.
In her first TV interview since the trial, Heard told TV presenter Savannah Guthrie she would stand by every word of her testimony until her “dying day”, while she insists this was more than just two exes airing their dirty laundry.
“Absolutely. I would not blame the average person for looking at this and how this has been covered and thinking that this is Hollywood brats at their worst,” she said.
“But what people don’t understand is that it is actually so much bigger than that. This is not only about our First Amendment right to speak.”
Heard also told her she was astounded by the “vitriol” aimed at her on social media, and she went on to claim she saw Depp fans lining the streets outside the courtroom holding signs with death threats on them.