Amber Heard, the 36-year-old actress famous for her roles in “Aquaman”, “Zombieland”, and “Justice League”, has reportedly changed her name and moved to a new continent.
Last year, Heard was embroiled in a high-profile defamation case against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, which attracted extensive media attention.
As a result of the outcome of the trial, Heard has reportedly made significant changes to her life to stay out of the spotlight.
A source close to Heard recently revealed to People that she has moved to Europe and changed her name, and is now focusing on raising her daughter, Oonagh Paige.
The source added that Heard and her daughter are spending their days together, enjoying family time and visiting parks. “Amber is a great mom”, the source said.
The same outlet also reported that Heard has been seen on the Spanish island of Palma de Mallorca and is using an alias, Martha Jane Canary, for travel arrangements to avoid being tracked down.
This news comes after it was confirmed that Heard would appear in the upcoming “Aquaman” sequel, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”.
The film is set to release later this year, and Heard reportedly has a brief cameo in a battle scene, according to Deadline.
During her trial against Depp, Heard claimed that her role in the film had been significantly cut down due to the court case and allegations made by her ex-husband.
However, DC’s Head of Film, Walter Hamada, contradicted her legal team’s claim that the role was altered due to the court case and stated that the size of the role was determined in the early development of the script.
Hamada also cited a lack of chemistry between Heard and lead actor Jason Momoa as the reason for her screen time being reduced.
DC fans have signed a petition to remove Heard from the sequel, and a mockup image of Emilia Clarke, Momoa’s “Game of Thrones” co-star, has been made.
Despite the controversy, Heard seems to be focusing on her personal life and raising her daughter away from the public eye.