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10 months ago | 11-01-2017 | ANI

War's still on! Johnny Depp-Amber heard indulge in mutual attacks

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan. 11 : Looks like Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's fight is yet not over, even after breaking all the ties.

The 30-year-old actress recently filed legal documents, claiming the 'Black Mass' actor has defied their settlement by refusing to pay her installments for the seven million dollars settlement they struck, reports TMZ.

Firing back, Depp said Heard has dragged her feet in the settlement and not signed the documents needed to seal the deal.

Adding to this, the actor, who asked the judge to slap his former wife with 1,00,000 dollars in sanctions, stated that Heard doesn't really want the divorce.

His lawyers, in legal documents, said, "It is clear that she is intent on prolonging resolution and continuing litigation as long as the public's attention will allow."

On other hand, in her declaration, the 30-year-old actress stated that it is Depp who has dragged his feet in the divorce. She said in her documents, "I want my life back. I want to be divorced from Johnny now."

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