Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are officially divorced.
First confirming the news they were separating in August 2016 with a joint statement that made it seem the couple would be more than amicable moving forward, the couple’s proceedings quickly spiralled out of control.
A settlement agreement (benefitting a couple of worthy charities) gone wrong, a domestic violence PSA and lots of ‘he said, she said’ later, a Los Angeles judge finally stamped the signed document Friday, January 13.
The same judge put an end to Depp’s request for $100,000 in sanctions against Heard, saying, “I just see this as a lot of bickering back and forth,” Judge Carl Moor said. Adding, there was no evidence the court should “punish” Heard.
Reportedly Heard was trying to delay the divorce so she could take Johnny’s deposition, while Johnny’s lawyers asked for a $100,000 sanction on Amber for “delaying proceedings.” A request Heard’s legal team called “frivolous” outside the court.
Moor told Depp’s legal team he “didn’t think [they] made a showing [Amber’s lawyers] had frustrated the law.”
The couple’s initial settlement will stand, with Depp owing Heard $7 million, $6.8 million of which he has yet to hand over as of December 1, 2016.
“It’s wonderful,” one of Amber’s lawyers told reporters outside the court. “Our #1 objective was to get her divorced… Our client can finally move on.”
Following the news of the divorce become finalized, People has obtained court documents laying out who gets what in the settlement.
According to the documents, Heard will keep the ex-couple’s Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, in addition to a horse — named Arrow — and two vehicles, a 2015 Range Rover and a 1968 Ford Mustang.
Depp, on the other hand, will walk away from the brief marriage with all of his properties and real estate holdings, including homes in Los Angeles, his home state of Kentucky, France and the Bahamas.
In addition, the documents also list 42 vehicles that will remain in Depp’s possession, an assortment that includes cars, motorcycles, boats and golf carts.
The documents also detail the schedule of payments Depp must make towards the $7-million divorce settlement. As he’s already paid $200,000, Depp is scheduled to pay $1 million next week, another million next month, another million in May, and another million in August. He will then pay $500,000 before Nov. 1 and another $2.3 million prior to Feb. 1, 2018.