Amber Heard is not quitting Hollywood following her failed relationships with Johnny Depp and Elon Musk, despite a completely false report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We're told there's no truth to it.
Heard's 15-month marriage to Depp ended in 2016 with allegations of domestic abuse. The actress then began dating Musk shortly after the split. The two have had an on-again, off-again relationship for nearly two years, but they broke up again last month after a brief reunion. According to RadarOnline, Heard is tired of the drama surrounding famous men and she wants to leave Los Angeles and move back home to Texas.
A so-called "source" tells the website, "Amber is really homesick these days... She still has a ton of normal friends back in Texas who don't ask her about Johnny Depp or Elon Musk every five seconds." The questionable insider further contends that Heard is also getting sick of making movies, adding that "her grueling dieting and workout regime for Aquaman" took a toll on her well-being. "She's aching to be a regular person again," adds the supposed tipster.
Unfortunately for the unreliable blog, the timing of this story is very poor. On Thursday, Variety reported that Heard has signed on to star in the indie drama Gully. And last month, it was announced that Heard had nabbed the lead role in the romantic thriller Run Away With Me. The actress will also be promoting Aquaman when the movie hits theaters in December. Clearly, she's not leaving the film industry.
In addition to the outlet's story being provably untrue, Gossip Cop is also told by a source close to the situation, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, that Heard isn't quitting Hollywood. Regardless of any problems the actress may experience in her love life, those issues aren't impacting her career. This is a non-story designed to capitalize on Heard's high-profile splits from Depp and Musk.
The gossip media has proven to have very little insight into Heard's personal life. Shortly after the actress's divorce from Depp in 2016, RadarOnline's sister outlet, Star, wrongly reported that she was pregnant with the actor's baby, which would result in a nasty battle over custody. Obviously, time has shown there wasn't a shred of truth to the story. The same goes for this latest one.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.