Amber Heard's pockets are a little lighter after a judge sanctioned her for bailing on a deposition in a $10 million lawsuit.
As The Blast first reported, producer Chris Hanley’s company, Nicola Six Limited, claims Heard bailed on a scheduled deposition earlier this year after she claimed she was in Australia filming "Aquaman." Nicola Six Limited had argued that Heard had a history of doing this and cited "her public divorce proceedings from Johnny Depp."
The deposition is part of a $10 million lawsuit filed against the actress last year for allegedly breaching performance and promotional obligations on "London Fields" by failing to perform her acting services and then no-showing at the Toronto premiere.
On January 31, the court sided with Nicola Six Limited and sanctioned heard $6,850.
The case remains ongoing.