Who Is Amber Heard Dating Now? Relationship History & Timeline Explained!


Amber Heard is a Texas-born actress who rose to prominence in 2008 with supporting parts in the Judd Apatow-produced stoner comedy “Pineapple Express” and the martial arts movie “Never Back Down.” Both films grossed over $100 million at the box office.

She starred as a photographer who flirts with Channing Tatum’s protagonist in the comedy-drama “Magic Mike XXL,” the sequel to 2012’s “Magic Mike.”

Amber Heard’s Relationship History & Timeline Explained!

Amber Heard’s first relationship was with Mexican actor Valentino Lanus, which lasted from 2005 to 2006.

They ended their romance when she began dating American actor Mark Wystrach. Between 2006 and 2007, she was in a relationship with Mark.

Amber Heard is presently in a relationship with Bianca Butti. They will begin seeing one other in January 2020.

She dated Tasya van Ree, an American photographer of the same gender as herself. “I don’t categorize myself one way or the other,” she said of her lesbian connection. “I’ve had successful relationships with both men and women.” I adore who I adore; what counts is the person. They were together from 2008 through 2011.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were photographed holding hands outside a Rolling Stones performance in 2013. Amber married actor Johnny Depp in a secret civil ceremony at their Los Angeles home on February 3, 2015.

On May 23, 2016, she filed for divorce. Following that, Amber sought and was granted a temporary restraining order against Depp, stating he had mistreated her on May 21.

Other Concerns

Amber has previously been associated with Andy Muschietti (2019), Vito Schnabel (2018), Elon Musk (2016–2018), James Franco (2016), Sean Faris (2007–2008), William S. Tribell (2007), and Alejandro Monteverde (2004–2005).

Relationship with Johnny Depp

Heard and Depp started dating in 2012 and married in February 2015 in a civil ceremony.  Heard violated Australia’s biosecurity regulations in April 2015 when she neglected to disclose her and Depp’s two canines to customs upon their arrival in Queensland, where Depp was filming a film. Heard pled guilty to forging quarantine records, claiming sleep deprivation was to blame. She was put on a one-month good conduct bond of A$1,000 (US$715) for creating a forged document; Heard and Depp also made a video in which they expressed regret for their actions and asked everyone to follow biosecurity regulations. The Guardian dubbed the case Australia’s “highest-profile criminal quarantine case.” In 2021, Australian authorities said that they were examining, in collaboration with the FBI, Heard’s alleged perjury in connection with the event.

Heard filed for divorce from Depp in May 2016 and secured a restraining order against him, stating in her court statement that he was verbally and physically violent throughout their relationship, most often while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

According to Depp, she was “attempting to get an expedited financial settlement.” In August 2016, a settlement was negotiated, and the divorce was formalized in January 2017. Heard vacated the restraining order, and the parties released a joint statement expressing their gratitude “The relationship was incredibly passionate and tumultuous at times but was always held together by love. Neither party has made false claims for the purpose of gaining a financial advantage. No intention of bodily or mental damage was ever expressed.” Depp paid Heard a $7 million settlement, which she committed to paying to the American Civil Liberties Union to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Heard’s legal team claimed in 2021 that she had been “delayed in that objective due to Mr. Depp filing a lawsuit against her, and as a result, she has been forced to spend millions of dollars fighting Mr. Depp’s baseless allegations against her.”

In June 2018, Depp filed a libel case in the United Kingdom against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the corporation that publishes The Sun, after an April 2018 story labeling him a “wife abuser.”

Heard was a key witness for NGN in the widely publicized July 2020 trial. In November 2020, the High Court of Justice concluded that Depp had lost his suit and that “the overwhelming majority of Mr Depp’s alleged attacks on Ms Heard [12 out of 14] have been established to a civil standard,” dismissing any suggestion of a hoax against him. Additionally, the jury determined that Heard’s career and activism had been severely harmed as a result of her public disclosure of the assault. Following the Depp v. NGN ruling, a Change.org petition calling for Heard’s termination from Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom garnered over one million signatures. In March 2021, Depp’s petition to vacate the conviction was denied.

Depp sued Heard for defamation in early 2019 for an op-ed she wrote on her experience as a public victim of domestic abuse, which was published in December 2018 by The Washington Post.

Depp also claimed that Heard was the abuser and that her charges against him were fake. Heard countersued Depp in August 2020, claiming that he orchestrated “a harassment campaign through Twitter and [by] coordinating online petitions in an attempt to have her fired from Aquaman and L’Oréal.” On April 11, 2022, the trial in Depp v. Heard began in Fairfax County, Virginia.


Who Is Amber Heard Dating Now?

Amber Heard is currently dating cinematographer Bianca Butti.

Bianca has also directed and worked in the film business for over a decade.

She’s announced on social media that she’s been diagnosed with breast cancer twice and had surgery to address it in 2019.

Additionally, based on her social media posts, the pair seems to have cohabited throughout the coronavirus outbreak.