After her much-hyped divorce and defamation courtroom trial with her ex-husband Johnny Depp, Aquaman actor Amber Heard has finally found solace in her new life away from the unwanted media vigilance. She has moved on from her past, but the media and Johnny Depp’s fans pull her back into what she has been trying to leave behind for over a year.

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

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She will be seen in her upcoming movie, Aquaman 2 with Jason Momoa in December 2023. Amber Heard is back in the spotlight with respect to her 2015 prosecution charges made by the Australian Government.

Amber Heard Barred From The Charges On The Illegal Import Of Her Dogs

Amber Heard had got herself into serious legal trouble in 2015 with the Government of Australia. According to the Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture, charges were made against the actor over the illegal import of her dogs Boo and Pistol. The charges against the actor were removed recently. As per a public statement made by the Department Of Agriculture, Australia-

“The department collaborated with agencies, both in Australia and overseas, to investigate these claims against Ms. Heard. A brief of evidence was referred to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, who has made the decision not to prosecute in this instance having applied the Prosecution Policy of the Commonwealth,” 

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

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In 2015, The Rum Diary actor duo traveled to Australia along with their two dogs, during the filming of the Pirates Of The Caribbean sequel. Australia has strict quarantine rules and regulations for the import of animals, which even requires getting a permit to bring the pets to the island country. As the dog’s custody was handed over to the 37-year-old actor, she had not undergone the customs and even skipped the required permits.

According to the Australian biosecurity laws, the charges include a 10-year prison term and a fine of $75,000. Amber Heard escaped a major legal crisis after the charges against her were dropped by the Australian Government recently.

Where Is Amber Heard Living Now After Her Much-Hyped Divorce?

Amber Heard has been living away from media attention after her defamation and divorce trial with her ex-husband Johnny Depp. She had made headlines after she was spotted on the lanes of a Spanish town with her daughter Oonagh Paige. According to the rumors floating in the tinsel town, the Never Back Down actor is currently living in the desert town of Yucca Valley, located in California after selling her house for $1.1 million

According to a source close to the actor, she left the U.S. as it became next to impossible to survive in there due to the unwanted media attention. The source even mentioned-

 “She lost the case and was treated as such. She felt like a pariah.”

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

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Before settling down in California, the actor had shifted to a rental on the island of Mallorca situated in Spain, where she spent her days looking after her daughter and learning the Spanish language and cuisines. According to an insider close to her-

“She is able to just be a mom there. She is focused on raising her daughter. She spends every day with her girl. They stroll around, visit parks, and enjoy family time. Amber is a great mom. Amber was devastated before, during, and after the trial. But she is better now,”

She made her comeback almost a year post-defamation trial with a Connor Allyn-directed drama In The Fire. She would be seen alongside Jason Momoa in Aquaman 2 which is slated to release on December 20, 2023

Source: People

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