Johnny Depp’s lawyers hint he may not collect payout from Amber Heard

Johnny Depp’s attorneys hinted Wednesday that the Hollywood superstar may not collect his payout from ex-wife Amber Heard,

insisting he is satisfied with his “total win” finally clearing his name.

We obviously can’t disclose attorney-client communications, but as Mr. Depp testified

this was never about money for Mr. Depp,” one of the star’s attorneys, Ben Chew, told

“Good Morning America” when asked about Heard’s fear of being left impoverished.

“This was about restoring his reputation — and he’s done that,” Chew said carefully.

“It was a total win for Johnny,” he told George Stephanopoulos.

Fellow attorney Camille Vasquez, the hotshot lawyer who became a celebrity herself and was this week promoted to a partner in her law firm,

called it “disappointing” that Heard’s team called the victory a blow for women’s rights and the #MeToo movement.