The reports of Heard's selling her house came just days after she filed notice to appeal against Depp in the defamation case. The appeal filing came despite Heard being denied her request for a new trial.
It claimed that public information indicates that a juror who served during the trial was born in 1970.
Asked if she was hoping to "cancel" Depp with the op-ed, Heard said, "Of course not. It wasn't about him."
Last month, a jury in Virginia ruled that Heard had defamed Depp in a 2018 'Washington Post' op-ed published under her byline. In it, she spoke about being a victim of domestic violence.
Elaine told 'Today' that she believed Johnny Depp's legal team worked to "demonise" Heard and was able to suppress "an enormous amount of evidence" in the defamation trial.
The jury also found that Depp defamed Heard, through his attorney, in the course of fighting back against her charges.
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Heard completed her direct testimony earlier on Monday, saying that she ultimately decided to leave Depp because she feared she would not survive the relationship.
The court also heard a recording allegedly of Depp on the flight, which Heard said showed him "howling" while suffering from the effects of drug use.
She said Depp had repeatedly hit her, threw bottles at her and choked her against a refrigerator, before finally getting her on top of a countertop and penetrating her with a bottle.
Early in her testimony, Heard made it clear that she did not want to be there, saying that the trial has been among the worst experiences of her life.
Actor Johnny Depp, who will marry actress Amber Heard on his private island in the Bahamas this weekend, reportedly “can't wait” for the biggest day of his life