No one knows for sure if this sign is about Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, but TMZ notes that the timing is too uncanny for it to be a coincidence. Just after the Depp-Heard verdict, a church sign appeared close to Amber Heard’s desert hideaway Yucca Valley home, reading “Truth Wins.”
The sign is on a church marquee that formerly belonged to the Church of Morongo. It’s just across the street from Big Morongo Canyon Road, which allegedly is along Heard’s route home. She previously stated that her primary residence is her Yucca Valley house during her opening testimony at the trial.
Take a look at her house:
Yucca Valley is mere miles away from the church sign. And in those parts of the desert, there aren’t many navigation alternatives. So, she’ll probably have to drive by the church sign every time she leaves or returns home.
Sources say that the sign appeared right after the verdict. #TruthWins as well as #JusticeForJohnnyDepp were incidentally circulating around the web for the next couple days, so it’s not hard to see how there could be a connection.
Heard allegedly purchased the house and 6-acre property through a trust for the price of $570,000 in 2019. It was built in 2015 and features 3 beds, 3 baths, a 5-car garage, and vaulted ceilings. There’s a pretty cool bridge that leads to an airy structure on a hill, too.
Heard supposedly just moved into the home full-time to get away from her defamation trial publicity. Yucca Valley is close to Joshua Tree National Park and has a population of only 20,000. It’s in the Mohave Desert in San Bernardino County, just 120 miles from Los Angeles.
It’s been noted that there’s evidently another way for Heard to get to her hideaway and potentially avoid this sign. That would be SR-247, which connects Yucca Valley to Barstow. Still, we can’t help but wonder is she’ll be tormented by the “Truth Wins” church sign.