Johnny Depp’s worth is sky-rocketing following his blockbuster defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.
The 59-year-old’s iconic prop palms from the 1990 Tim Burton traditional “Edward Scissorhands” pulled in double it’s estimated financial worth after his high-profile courtroom victory earlier this month.
The scissor palms Depp wore because the movie’s title character have bought for $81,250, virtually twice the value memorabilia consultants thought they might go for at public sale, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Propstore, an public sale firm that homes film memorabilia, beforehand introduced that sale that might start June 21 and run till he finish of this week.
Different collectibles which can be set to be up for motion within the close to future embody Depp’s motorbike from the 1990 John Waters camp-fest “Cry Child.” The 1955 Mannequin Okay goes underneath the hammer by Kruse GWS Auctions, which set the opening bid at a cool $250,000.
The latest public sale additionally hyped Marvel’s “Thor” hammer, which bought for an eye-popping $162,500, in addition to Tom Hank’s legendary Wilson ball from “Castaway.” That scorching commodity went for a startling $187,500.
In the meantime, Depp scored $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages from a jury in opposition to his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Heard, 36, additionally could possibly be cashing in after the trial. The “Aquaman” actress is rumored to be penning a revenge tell-all guide quickly — though these reviews stay unconfirmed at the moment.
“Amber considers her profession in Hollywood over. She’s already in talks and is worked up about it,” a supply advised OK! Journal on Tuesday. “At this level, she has nothing to lose and desires to inform all.”
Nonetheless, extra potential lawsuits may stem from the guide, an knowledgeable revealed to the outlet.
“Depp and his attorneys will likely be studying and listening to all the pieces that Heard states,” creator Dror Bikel advised OK! “If she crosses the road, which is probably going, there isn’t any query that will likely be hit with one other defamation go well with and find yourself proper again in courtroom.”
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor additionally issued a warning yesterday, addressing that there was imposters pretending to be him on social media.
In a prolonged Instagram Story, he wrote, “I’ve been made conscious that there are pretend accounts pretending to be me or folks working with me.”
“I would not have any personal or facet accounts on any platforms. These are the one pages run by me and my group the place we share updates and talk,” he added.
He went on, “I ask that you simply stay cautious because it appears these pretend accounts will be relentless. My group is working to fight the issue. Thanks to your continued assist and for making me conscious of this subject! Love & respect, JD X.”