Court Papers Reveal Just How Much Money Amber Heard Made Last Year

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As the divorce battle between Amber Heard, 30, and Johnny Depp, 52, continues, new court documents reveal just how much the actress made last year.

According to court papers obtained by PEOPLE, Heard earned a total of $259,876 in 2015 from projects such as The Danish Girl, which paid her $31,112 and Paranoia for which she earned $45,314. She also received paychecks from high-end companies Tiffany ($120,000) and Bulgari ($50,000).

But the papers also show Heard's long list of expenses including agent fees, auto payments and union dues. After all is said and done, the actress took home a total of $51,461 last year.

In a request for a restraining order filed on May 27, Heard asked for spousal support in the amount of $50,000 a month along with protection for her dog Pistol and sole access to the downtown L.A. home where she and Depp have lived since getting married. She was granted the restraining order and sole access to the apartment, but a judge declined to order any temporary spousal support pending the next hearing, or to order Depp to stay away from Pistol.

Depp, who has asked a judge to deny, Heard's request for spousal support, was ranked last year by Forbes as the 12th-highest paid actor for bringing in $30 million – and that wasn't even his most lucrative year to date. The actor earned $100 million in 2010.

While married to Heard, Depp starred in the action-packed farce Mordecai and the crime biopic Black Mass. For his portrayal of Whitey Bulger in Black Mass, Depp earned an estimated 20 million.

Meanwhile, Heard also took home residual fees for her film Machete Kills ($2,390) and acquired $2,472 from The Rum Diary, the film that introduced her to Depp.