Amber Heard says her million-dollar insurance policy has to cover her in the Johnny Depp verdict 

Amber Heard filed a lawsuit against her million-dollar insurance policy, claiming her insurer should cover her losses from the Johnny Depp trial. 

Heard, 36, who was ordered to fork out over $8.3 million to her ex-husband after their contentious defamation trial, countersued New York Marine and General Insurance Co. after the insurer asked a judge to let it off the hook. 

Heard had taken a $1million liability policy to protect her from defamation claims. But the insurer argued that because the jury found Amber committed willful misconduct in her claims about Depp, they do not have to fulfill the policy under California law. 

Court documents obtained by TMZ show Heard is arguing the opposite, claiming she struck an ‘unconditional deal’ that protects her no matter what. 

The countersuit comes just weeks after Depp, 59,  filed an appeal over the courts verdict that he pay $2 million to Heard following their trial.   

Amber Heard filed a countersuit against New York Marine and General Insurance Co., claiming it should cover her losses from the defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp

Amber Heard filed a countersuit against New York…

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