How Johnny Depp Is Dividing Up $1 Million Settlement From Amber Heard

The final sums will go to Marlon Brando‘s non-profit the Tetiaroa Society—which funds conservation efforts, scientific research and education programs for local schools to drive island sustainability—and the Amazonia Fund Alliance, which is a group of nonprofits and sustainability-driven companies that aim to protect preservations efforts in Indigenous communities throughout the Amazon.

The update comes nearly six months after Heard and Depp reached a settlement in their defamation case, which included her paying him $1 million. At the time, Depp’s attorneys expressed his intent to donate the payment to charities and how he was happy to move forward from the case.

“We are pleased to formally close the door on this painful chapter for Mr. Depp, who made clear throughout this process that his priority was about bringing the truth to light,” his attorneys, Benjamin Chew and Camille Vasquez, told E! News at the time. “The jury’s unanimous decision and the resulting judgement in Mr. Depp’s favor against Ms. Heard remain fully in place.”

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