Did Amber Heard secure a huge contract for a tell-all book after defamation trial loss against Johnny Depp?

Amber Heard is in talks to write a tell-all book now that she has “nothing to lose” after Johnny Depp’s defamation case, a report alleges.

The “Aquaman” actress is apparently ready to dish in a “revenge” book after losing the highly publicized trial.

Amber considers her Hollywood career over. “She’s already in conversations and enthused about it,” an insider told OK! Magazine. At this point, she has nothing to lose and wants to tell all.

Amber Heard Writing ‘Tell-All’ Book After Johnny Depp TrialHeard, 36, may have something to lose if the book sparks lawsuits, one analyst said.

“Depp and his attorneys will be reading and listening to everything Heard says,” author Dror Bikel told OK! “If she crosses the line, which is likely, she will be slammed with another defamation claim and end up back in court.”

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Bikel, author of “The 1% Divorce: When Titans Clash,” said Heard needs to be “very careful” about what she says about her ex after the trial.

Representatives for Heard did not reject the OK! article but denied comment to The Post on Tuesday.

Despite allegations of the “tell-all,” Heard indicated in an NBC “Dateline” interview that she was “terrified” Depp may sue her again.

Amber Heard Writing ‘Tell-All’ Book After Johnny Depp Trial“I think that’s what a defamation lawsuit is meant to do, it’s meant to take your voice,” she said to Savannah Guthrie.

Heard revealed in a “Dateline” interview that she’s “terrified” of Depp suing her again.

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NBC News Depp, 59, sued Heard over her 2018 Washington Post op-ed that didn’t identify him but indirectly accused him of domestic abuse.

After a six-week trial, the jury voted heavily in favor of Depp, giving the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star $10.35 million in damages. However, Heard may not be able to pay if the ruling is upheld on appeal.

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