Amber Heard wipes Twitter account after Elon Musk's takeover!

Los Angeles, California - Amber Heard has apparently said "bye bye" to Twitter after her former boyfriend Elon Musk became its owner.

Amber Heard (r) has apparently said "bye bye" to Twitter after her ex-boyfriend amid Elon Musk becoming the CEO.
Amber Heard (r) has apparently said "bye bye" to Twitter after her ex-boyfriend amid Elon Musk becoming the CEO.  © Collage: NIKLAS HALLE'N / AFP& BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP

It looks like the DC star wasn't sticking around for whatever her ex has planned for the social media platform.

On Thursday, internet sleuths spotted that Heard's account @realamberheard disappeared, with the page now reading "this account doesn't exist."

The Pineapple Express star has been keeping a low-profile since the fallout of her bombshell defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

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After a seven-member jury sided with Depp and found Heard guilty of three counts of defamation, the star hasn't posted much on her social media accounts, including her Instagram page.

It isn't exactly clear when the Aquaman star made the decision to leave the popular app, but the timing sure does seem to coincide with her ex-fling's recent purchase.

The billionaire's $44 billion deal became official on October 28 with Musk later revealing that users who want to be verified will have to pay some extra coins a month.

Heard wasn't the only celeb to say farewell to the app following Musk's takeover.

Fans noticed that Amber Heard has deactivated her Twitter account coincidentally after her ex Elon Musk became CEO of the platform.
Fans noticed that Amber Heard has deactivated her Twitter account coincidentally after her ex Elon Musk became CEO of the platform.  © Screenshot/Twitter/realamberheard

From Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes to R&B singer Toni Braxton, a few entertainers have publicly condemned the Telsa owner's plans and spoke out against him before leaving.

Cover photo: Collage: NIKLAS HALLE'N / AFP& BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP

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