In all likelihood, Amber Heard will write a memoir one day.
And hopefully, the book will become an indispensable guide for women struggling with the influence of toxic brothers in their lives.
Over the summer, Heard’s trial of ex-husband Johnny Depp made headlines in both the tabloids and the mainstream press.
And now, another controversial ex of Amber’s is making headlines for a very different reason.
As you’ve no doubt heard by now, Tesla CEO Elon Musk completed his $44 billion purchase of Twitter this week.
Heard and Musk dated for several months beginning in 2016, and Musk is widely rumored to be the father of Heard’s child.
(We should note that there is no hard evidence to back up those rumours, and the speculation seems to stem from the fact that Musk has many children by many different women.)
Heard has yet to comment on her ex’s high-profile acquisition, but she may have spoken a lot without saying a word:
What People magazine reports, fans were quick to notice that Heard’s Twitter account disappeared without a trace.
The most likely explanation is that he deleted his page in response to this week’s news, but some observers prefer the more outrageous narrative, speculating that Musk deleted Heard’s account.
The timeline of Amber and Elon’s relationship is unclear, but Heard insisted in court that she didn’t start dating the Tesla CEO until after she split from Depp.
A fountain counts People that Musk and Heard “didn’t start seeing each other until May 2016, and even then it was rare. Their relationship did not become romantic until some time later.”
“Elon and I had a beautiful relationship, and now we have a beautiful friendship, that was built on our core values,” Amber said in a statement released after their split.
“Intellectual curiosity, ideas and conversation, a shared love of science. We just bond with a lot of things that speak to who I am inside. I have a lot of respect for him.”
Musk was mostly silent during the Depp v Heard trial, but shared his thoughts towards the end of the case, tweeting:
“I hope they both move on. At their best, each one of them is incredible.”
Heard’s relationship with Musk was a frequent topic of discussion during her legal battle with Depp, and Amber’s post-breakup text messages were presented as evidence.
“I hate that once again a man drops me on the skewers by myself. … I mean, they are mad at me for leaving them and putting things like this, ”the actress wrote to her agent, Christian Carino.
“You could avoid all of this if you stopped dating super famous people. You can be with a big man who is not famous, “Carino replied.
Well, there’s no guarantee that Heard’s next boyfriend won’t act like a jerk, even if he’s not famous.
But yeah, if you’re dating a guy who works at Subway, you probably don’t have to worry that he’ll eventually buy one of your favorite social media platforms.
Of course, a $5 foot discount probably isn’t as exciting as promises of a free trip to Mars.