According to reports, Amber Heard received an offer worth $10 million to star in an adult film. The offer was made by Zen Models, an adult entertainment company.
Although the report might sound bogus, the offer might be legit.
Zen Models is an adult entertainment company owned by women. The company has offered Amber Heard the money as long as she appears in one of their upcoming films.
Details of the offer were made public through a letter the president of Zen Models, Veronica Madjarian, sent Amber's lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft.
In the letter, Veronica said they had been in touch with adult film production companies willing to give Amber a contract to appear in an adult film.
The letter also said they were willing to pay her $8 million and made additional payments of $1 million each to Children's Hospital and the ACLU in her name.
Veronica asked her lawyer to get in touch if it turned out that Amber was interested in the offer. She also explained that more information about her role, the location of the production, and other factors would still have to be worked out once she accepted the offer.
She ended the letter by saying: "Please let me know if Ms. Heard would consider this opportunity."
There are a few things about this offer that raise questions. For instance, why did they send the letter to Amber's lawyer and not her agent or management team?
Even if the letter was sent to her agent or management, sending it to her lawyer seems a little strange.
It is unclear whether the offer is genuine or whether she will accept or reject it. There is also a possibility that this is just a PR stunt by Zen Models.
Chances are that the company would have a more visible online presence if they could afford to pay Amber all that money for a role in one of their films.
So, do you think Amber's offer to appear in an adult film is genuine?