Amber Heard may be hanging out in one of the wealthiest enclaves in the country, but — just after her epic loss to Johnny Depp in court — she seems to be keeping things low-key for the most part.
The actress – who was spotted shopping at the TJ Maxx in Bridgehampton, NY last week – was also seen picking up some items at Southampton’s luxury supermarket, Citarella.
The star of “Aquaman” talked to the fishmonger while he was picking out salmon, one spy says, but “he didn’t talk to anyone else.”
“She was very humble,” says the fellow shopper. “She was very casual in Hamptons. No make-up. Everyone left her alone.”
Heard does not bury her head in Häagen-Dazs after the brutal case. We’re told they were spying on her when she picked up “Cheerios, Diet Coke, and Cauliflower.” Tate’s biscuits, a red pepper and lettuce were also spotted in her cart.
In addition to her outing to TJ Maxx, Vidak For Congress had previously spotted her at the Greek restaurant Calissa in Water Mill, NY, with her sister, Whitney Heard, and Whitney’s two children.
Whitney stood by Amber, testifying at the trial and posting on Instagram after the verdict: “I’m still behind you, sissy.”
Heard, who was mercilessly vilified on social media, owes Depp $8.4 million in damages. Sources previously told the NYPost that she is “devastated” due to hefty legal costs.
Heard calls the outcome a “setback” for women.
“Until the day of my death, I will stand by every word of my testimony,” she recently told NBC’s “Today” host Savannah Guthrie. And stated that Depp’s “lawyer was better at distracting the jury from the real issues.”
Depp, meanwhile, has just announced a tour with his band with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, the Hollywood Vampires.