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Amber Heard’s Twitter account deactivated as ex Elon Musk takes ownership

Amber Heard No longer on Twitter.

On Thursday, many fans noted that Heard’s official Twitter account had been deactivated. Although the reason for her departure from the social media giant is unclear, as well as the specific time she left behind her ex-boyfriend, Elon MuskRecently bought and taken over Twitter.

Heard’s Instagram account still activeHer last post was on June 1 when she shared a statement about the verdict in her defamation lawsuit against ex Johnny Depp.

A representative for Hurd and Twitter did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

Amber Heard's Twitter account no longer exists.

Amber Heard’s Twitter account no longer exists.
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Musk confirms their relationship With Heard to People magazine in May 2016. The couple parted ways in August of the following year.

Hurd told The Hollywood Reporter in 2018 that he had a “beautiful relationship” with the Tesla founder.

“Elon and I had a beautiful relationship, and now we have a beautiful friendship, based on our core values. Intellectual curiosity, thought and conversation, a shared love for science. We bonded over a lot of things that mattered. I am who I am on the inside. I have a lot of respect for him,” Hurd said at the time.

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Amber Heard's Twitter account has been deactivated after her ex, Elon Musk, takes ownership of the social media giant.

Amber Heard’s Twitter account has been deactivated after her ex, Elon Musk, takes ownership of the social media giant.
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Depp defamation trial, Musk weighed in just before the jury reached a decision. “I hope they both move on. At their best, they are both incredible,” he wrote on Twitter.

A jury awarded Depp $10.3 million in damages after winning a defamation lawsuit that hit headlines over the summer.

Johnny Depp wins a defamation lawsuit against his ex, Amber Heard.

Johnny Depp wins a defamation lawsuit against his ex, Amber Heard.
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“Pirates of the Caribbean” star Argued that Heard defamed her in a 2018 op-ed in which she wrote details of domestic abuse.

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heard defamation case lost But a $2 million award was awarded in her counterclaim because jurors found Depp defamed her through her attorney.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
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On Wednesday, Depp filed the appeal after Heard filed his appeal last month.