Johnny Depp has given the returns from an NFT deal to four foundations, including the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, which has connections to Amber Heard.

On Wednesday (6 July), Depp’s Never Fear Truth NFT (non-fungible token) stage reported that it had raised “nearly $800,000 (£666,530) in total donations” which was divided between four associations.

The tweet proceeded to name the recipients: “Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation (via CAF America), Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (via CAF America), The Footprint Coalition, [and] the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.”

Of the four recipient noble cause, the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles has been related with Depp’s ex Heard.

During the alienated couple’s new criticism preliminary, it was uncovered Heard had failed to donate her $7m (£5.8m) divorce payout from Depp as she had swore to do in 2016.

One of the two foundations Heard said she would part the settlement between was the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. The other was the American Civil Liberties Union.

After the declaration of Depp’s NFT deal, fans lauded The Pirates of the Caribbean actor for his “never-ending kindness”.

Alluding to the preliminary, one individual composed: “And this, ladies and gentlemen, is philanthropy. And the difference between an unfulfilled pledge, and a straight donation. PS Pledges most often have a schedule for fulfilment. And a signed pledge vehicle. I’m certain these organizations are very grateful.”

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