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Amber Heard reunites with singer ex in Los Angeles

Published 30/11/2016

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

The outing took place a day after Amber's attorney revealed she and Depp will be finalising their divorce this week.

Actress Amber Heard caught up with her singer ex Mark Wystrach on Tuesday (29Nov16) as they reunited for a friendly dinner date.

The Danish Girl star, who split from husband Johnny Depp in May (16), was spotted with country musician Mark at a restaurant in Los Angeles, and after a meal, they happily chatted outside the eatery before hugging and parting ways.

Amber, who has recently been linked to billionaire Elon Musk, dated Midland frontman Mark for about a year before calling time on the relationship in 2007, according to

The bisexual actress went on to romance photographer Tasya van Ree from 2008 to 2012, before moving on with Depp after meeting him on the set of their film The Rum Diary. They wed in February, 2015, but the union didn't last and the former couple endured an acrimonious break up earlier this year (16), when Amber accused Depp of verbally and physically abusing her throughout their relationship.

They reached a divorce settlement in August (16), with Johnny, 53, agreeing to pay the beauty $7 million (£5.6 million). She promised to donate the cash to charity.

It recently emerged the final divorce documents have yet to be signed, although Amber's attorney, Pierce O'Donnell, revealed the stars are expected to put pen to paper this week (ends02Dec16), paving the way for the 30-year-old actress to make good on her charity pledge.

"Johnny is obligated by the settlement to pay Amber, and she in turn will honour her pledges to Children's Hospital (of Los Angeles) and the American Civil Liberties Union," O'Donnell told Us Weekly.

"Amber's commitment to protecting victims of domestic violence and helping sick children is her life's work... (and) she will continue to lend her voice to the rising chorus of women speaking out about this terrible scourge on the American family."

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