As Amber Heard continues her divorce case with husband Johnny Depp, she was spotted going out with another big fish in the person of billionaire Elon Musk and rumors are swirling that the two have known each other for years and are taking off where they left before Heard got married.
TMZ reported that Heard was seen with Musk on a dinner date two weeks ago at his house in Los Angeles. It was also reported that Heard and her sister were spotted hanging in one of the hotel bungalows owned by Musk in Miami. But Heard’s camp has denied that the meeting was a “date” and stated that it was catching up with two friends.
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The 45-year-old Musk is a business magnate, engineer, and inventor. He is the founder, CEO, and CTO of SpaceX; co-founder, CEO and product architect of Tesla Motors. Musk himself is also divorced after his wife and actress Talulah Riley filed for divorce, second time around. It is also noted that Musk is worth $12.7 billion and it looks like Heard is in for some big fish, bigger that Depp for that matter.
It seems that the rumored date has also benefitted Musk as he is also keen in inventing the car that will be part of Tesla’s future and that will be powered by a combination of solar panels and batteries. He noted that it may seem like a science fiction idea but it can be a reality. If successful with his ambitions, it would give Musk more than he is worth.
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Heard had her divorce case filed three days after Depp’s mother died. She also accused Depp of domestic violence that led up for the court to grant Heard a restraining order against Depp. Before their absurd marital dispute, Heard was arrested in Australia for illegally bringing her dog.
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It was noted that Heard was only visiting Depp, who was shooting at that time in Australia, and did not know of the guidelines in bringing animals into the country.
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