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Johnny Depp Rejects Amber Heard Spousal Support Request In Shocking Divorce Response

Johnny Depp is making sure his estranged wife doesn't get her hands on his $400 million fortune! In Depp's divorce filing exclusively obtained by, he is rejecting Amber Heard's request for spousal support.

Depp, 52, filed his response one day after Heard, 30, filed for divorce from her husband of only 15 months.


Depp cited irreconcilable differences and asked to terminate the court's ability to award support to Heard. He is also asking his ex pay for her own attorney fees.

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The actor requested the court separate the couple's assets and debts including jewelry and other personal effects, and earnings and accumulations of respondent from and after the date of separation.

In Heard's filing, she asked the court to have Depp pay her spousal support and attorney fees.

The ex-couple tied the knot in a Caribbean ceremony in February 2015. Heard claimed they officially separated on May 22, 2016. Their last public appearance together was in mid-April.

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In February, Depp hinted there was trouble in paradise during a cryptic speech while accepting the Desert Palm Achievement Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

"I also have to thank my wife Amber for putting up with me, for living with all these characters, which can't be easy," he said. "It's hard for me; it's got to be hard for her."

Expanding their family could have also contributed to the demise of their marriage.

"Johnny and Amber were at odds with each other because she wanted a baby, but he didn't want to be an old dad," an insider told Radar.

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