A fake kitty intended to raise funds to help Amber Heard was detected by the crowdfunding site GoFundMe. A vast scam that allowed its creators to collect a nice sum.
While she lost the lawsuit brought by her ex-husband Johnny Depp for defamation, Amber Heard sees her reputation as an actress and public woman undermined. The actress, who would be retired fromAquaman 2 following a petition signed by more than 4 million detractors, is now the subject ofa scam on the Internet. If it is not of her doing, this news comes on top of the harmful fallout for the actress, victim of a wave of harassment on social networks on the sidelines of the mediated trial and broadcast live from the Fairfax court in Virginia. .
This is a fake kitty intended to raise funds to help Amber Heard to pay the few $15 million that she must pay Johnny Depp. A sum impossible to pay for the actress, said her lawyer. Launched by a certain Kimberly Moore on the crowdfunding platform GoFundMethe kitty managed to collect a few $1,000,000, according to TMZ. According to the media, the organizer of this vast scam even claimed to be in contact with the lawyers of Amber Heard. What gather many supporters of the young woman of 36 years.
A false call for donations to help Amber Heard
The mysterious Kimberly even embellished her appeal for the donation ofa warm message of support for Amber Heard: “I believe Amber. Social networks protected his attacker. His condemnation exceeds his heritage. It is very sad that he was able to escape justice. Condemnation encourages the abuser. If you can: help her“, asks the creator of the virtual kitty. Despite this likelihood, the scam was detected by GoFundMe, who has since removed the kitty. A happy ending for the participants who should be able to get their money back, but yet another whiff that proves that Amber Heard has indeed become a target of choice on the Web.