Johnny Depp Fans Scramble To Buy $40M Gold Coast Mansion Where Amber Heard Cut Off Johnny Depp’s Finger (And Probably Houses The Bed She Sh*t On)

Although the defamation case involving Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was resolved weeks ago, fans are still talking about it. Recently, the topic of an incident where Amber Heard supposedly severed Johnny Depp’s finger has come up again. The reason for this is mainly because the site of the incident is now up for sale. It was recently announced that the million-dollar Gold Coast mansion in Australia is going to be auctioned. Some fans have even started to scramble the amount in order to claim the site where it all went down.

Johnny Depp lost his fingertip to Amber Heard

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial

During the trial between the infamous ex-couple, Johnny Depp claimed that Amber Heard sliced off the tip of his finger. A furious dispute took place between them while they were in Australia in March 2015. According to the Blow actor, Amber Heard hurled a bottle of vodka at him during an argument that took place between them. This resulted in the tip of his finger being amputated. Private doctor David Kipper discussed his personal interactions with Johnny Depp following the finger incident during his testimony. He described how he spotted blood and mess about the house before he accompanied the actor to the hospital. The incident between the two took place at the Gold Coast mansion in Australia which will be up for sale.

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The mansion where the incident took place is up for sale

Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp

The million-dollar Gold Coast mansion in Australia, has been home to many celebrities including Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt. The mansion was also the scene of a significant altercation between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard. At this house, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor had the tip of his finger amputated. The violent confrontation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard occurred back in March 2015.

The property is currently owned by Australian ex-World Champion in Grand Prix motorcycle racing Mick Doohan. It was announced that the estate has been put up for sale and will be auctioned soon. The sale will be handled by Amir Prestige Real Estate after it initially went to the market in March 2021 for expression of interest. The mansion is estimated to be worth 40 million dollars. On September 28, 2022, the property will be put up for the auction.

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An overview of the property

The Gold Coast mansion
The Gold Coast mansion
The mansion has an area of 18 hectares in size and features 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, among other spaces. The property has a helipad, a private airport runway, and a private jetty with access to the Coomera and Pimpama rivers. Additionally, the property even has a theatre inside and a wine cellar with 2000 bottles. Although the estate has all the facilities, what makes the place so different is the fact that it has been a home to many celebs. And that exactly is the reason why fans of Johnny Depp are trying to get their hands on it.

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Source: Daily Mail

Bharat Vardhan
Bharat Vardhan

Bharat Vardhan is a content writer at AnimatedTimes. By nature, he is an extrovert who enjoys socializing, travelling, and seeing the world through the eyes of countless others instead of just his own. He is a firm believer of the saying "A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one," and hence likes to explore his horizons. Bharat started writing for this very reason, and over time, developed a passion towards journalism.

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