Actor Johnny Deep recently sold his NFTs from his arts community, Never Fear Truth, and donated all proceeds to charities in need. Interestingly, the list of organizations that received the donation also includes the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, which is associated with the actor’s ex-wife, Amber Heard. Depp’s NFT sale brought in a total of $8,000,000. (Read also: Amber Heard asks court to overturn defamation verdict†
Never Fever Truth NFT (non-fungible token) tweeted: “Johnny Depp’s Never Fear Truth NFT sale has always been intended to benefit charities and we are pleased to confirm that a total of nearly $8,000,000 in donations has been contributed to the following organizations: Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation (through CAF America), Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (through CAF America), The Footprint Coalition, The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA).”
Johnny and Amber heard divorced after filing for divorce in 2016. After their divorce, Amber had committed to donate her divorce settlement agreement to the Children’s Hospital. However, in the recent defamation lawsuit against Johnny and Amber, it was revealed that Amber had failed to do so.
Commenting on the actor’s donation, one fan wrote on Twitter: “And this, ladies and gentlemen, is philanthropy. And the difference between an unfulfilled commitment and a direct donation.” “You don’t have to wonder whether or not you’re synonymous with a pledge or donation here. Every time I think I couldn’t be more proud of that man, he proves me wrong. AMAZING,” added another ready.
After losing the defamation lawsuit against Johnny, Amber’s legal team recently moved the Fairfax court to either quash the verdict against her or allegedly start a new lawsuit. According to Court House News, Johnny’s legal team has dismissed the appeal. In an email, attorney Ben Chew, who represents Johnny, called the appeal “what we expected, just longer, no more substance.”
Johnny and Amber met while filming The Rum Diaries in 2010. They secretly married in 2015 parting was completed in 2017.