GoFundMe Takes Down Fake Amber Heard Fundraiser For Trial Damages

GoFundMe has started shutting down fake campaigns set by ‘scammers’ in the name of Amber Heard after her loss in her case with her ex-husband, Depp.

The website shut down a fundraiser that claimed to be using donations to assist the actress with her legal fees following the verdict.

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The campaign had been set up by a woman identified as Kimberly Moore, who claims to be in contact with the actress’ legal team.

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Kimberly had set a goal of $1 million, adding that the actress cannot pay the charge she has been ordered by the court to pay to her husband as it exceeds her net worth.

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A spokesperson from GoFundMe told TMZ that the page was not from Amber nor her legal team, hence, the shutdown.

In the verdict delivered last week, Johnny Depp won $15 million in damages and his ex-wife Heard $2 million over comments passed by Depp’s lawyer about her in Daily Mail.

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Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com