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