The Magic Mike XXL star filed for divorce from her husband, Johnny Depp, on May 23 and requested he pay her attorneys' fees and spousal support -- conditions Depp asked the court to "terminate" when he responded. Now, Heard has formally declared her monthly income and expenses in legal docs obtained by ET.
In documents filed on May 27 and recently made public, the 30-year-old actress says her estimated income for May is $5,000 -- with her average monthly income at $10,000 -- and claims her expenses to be $43,700 per month.
Some of those monthly costs include $10,000 for rent, $3,000 for health care, $2,000 for groceries and household supplies, another $2,000 for eating out, $2,000 for clothes and $10,000 for "entertainment, gifts, and vacation."
She's also factored in $10,000 for miscellaneous expenses, including grooming and pet supplies for her dogs and her publicist, agent and attorney fees.
Heard's biggest source of income in 2016 so far has been profits from the Magic Mike sequel, banking $10,505.49. Last year, she made a reported $259,876.65 -- of note, $2,472. 41 of which came from The Rum Diary residuals -- and spent $208,415.56.
Interestingly, Heard's largest paychecks have come from fashion companies such as Bulgari and jewelry designer de Gisogono, who paid her $50K and $150K respectively in past years. She does not appear to have ad campaigns with either brand, but did walk the red carpet at a Bulgari event in Paris and the infamous de Gisogono Cannes party during those years. She was also paid $120,000 by Tiffany in 2015.
Depp -- whose income is listed as "TBD" -- has not responded regarding these financial matters since his lawyer claimed in a memorandum to Heard's temporary restraining order that, "Amber is attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleging abuse."
"She cannot continue to leave herself open to the vicious false and malicious allegations that have infected the media," the statement released by her legal team on Tuesday reads. "Amber has suffered through years of physical and psychological abuse at the hands of Johnny. In domestic violence cases, it is not unusual for the perpetrator's playbook to include miscasting the victim as the villain."