Amber Heard has sold a mansion in the desert region of Yucca Valley, in the southern state of California, for just over US$1 million. The sale of the property was reported on TMZ

The star of "Aquaman" (2018) closed the deal on July 18, just over a month after being ordered to pay 

$10.35 million in damages in the defamation suit filed against her by her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

In the same lawsuit, Depp was ordered to pay US$2 million in damages to Amber Heard, also for defamation.

According to TMZ, the property was purchased by her in 2019 for $570,000, almost $3 million at today's exchange rate.

The sale of the property comes to light after it was reported that newly-revealed documents from the trial

involving the former couple show that Depp's lawyers offered her a settlement of $16 million, around $82 million, but the actress refused.

The amount offered by Depp's lawyers and refused by Heard is almost double what she will have to pay the

actor when discounting the $2 million, about 10 million reais, that the actress will receive from Depp.