Amber Read could be hanging out in a single of the wealthiest enclaves in the country, but — refreshing off her epic court loss to Johnny Depp — she appears to be to be preserving items majorly minimal-essential.
The actress — who was noticed last week shopping at the TJ Maxx in Bridgehampton, N.Y. — was also witnessed picking up some products from Southampton’s upscale grocery retail outlet, Citarella.
The “Aquaman” star chatted up the fishmonger while choosing out salmon, a spy tells us, but if not, “wasn’t talking with anybody.”
“She was incredibly unassuming,” suggests the fellow shopper. “She was pretty Hamptons relaxed. No make-up. Every person remaining her alone.”
Read is not burying her head in Häagen-Dazs immediately after the brutal situation. We’re explained to they spied her finding up “Cheerios, Diet plan Coke and cauliflower.” Also noticed in her cart were Tate’s cookies, a crimson pepper and lettuce.
Along with her outing to TJ Maxx, Page Six had formerly noticed her dining at Greek restaurant Calissa in Water Mill, N.Y., with her sister, Whitney Read, and Whitney’s two small children.
Whitney has been by Amber’s side, testifying at the trial and posting on Instagram following the verdict, “I however stand with you, sissy.”
Heard, who was mercilessly vilified on social media, owes Depp $8.4 million in damages. Sources previously advised the NYPost that she is “broke” owing to hefty lawful fees.
Read has known as the end result a “setback” for women of all ages.
“To my dying day, I’ll stand by every term of my testimony,” she not too long ago told NBC’s “Today” host Savannah Guthrie. And mentioned that Depp’s “lawyer did a much better position at distracting the jury from the authentic troubles.”
Depp, meanwhile, just declared a tour with his band with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, the Hollywood Vampires.