Here's the complete chronology that details Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's uneasy relationship.
Depp played Paul Kemp, a journalist who gets the job on the island of Puerto Rico in "The Rum Diary" -inspired by the Hunter S. Thompson's book with the same title. Thompson was the real-life companion and idol of Depp. Heard as Chenault -she is a woman who is engaged to a man whom Kemp immediately falls in love when she appears in his life
In an application to the court, Heard wrote that she and Depp began to date "around the end of 2011 or the start of 2012." Depp has two sons with Paradis Lily-Rose (born in 1999) and John Christopher (2002). Heard splitting with his the actress Tasya van Ree at around the same at the same time.
People magazine reported that Depp and Heard were engaged following an image surfaced of the actress with an elegant engagement ring.
After many years of dating, Depp and Heard married in a private ceremony at the privacy of their homes in LA. In the year the year 2015 Depp along with Heard breached the laws of biosecurity in Australia when they didn't declare their dogs as pets.
On May 23 the 23rd of May, 2016 Heard sought separation from Depp and the next day He obtained a divorce. Temporary restraining order in opposition to the actor nominated for Oscars. Amber Heard alleged that Depp assaulted her physically in the course of their relationship. She she claimed that it was typically when she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Depp did not deny these allegations in his statement and through his representative claimed that Heard did not "attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleging abuse."
Heard received $7 million as part of the divorce , but donated the money to charities, as according to reports.
Depp His divorce from Heard was finally finalized A year later, Heard one year after he filed. Depp kept sole ownership of his property, which included an island in his personal Bahamas and his collection of vintage automobiles and motorcycles.
Depp was a litigant for News Group Newspapers, the editor of The Sun, in court over an article published in which they accused him of being as a "wife beater" in reference to Depp and Heard's previous marriage. Depp was able to sue both The Sun's publisher as well as its chief editor Dan Wootton for libel.