Elon Musk’s multi-billion dollar Twitter takeover has upended even the biggest celebs as the overhauls keep coming. Amber Heard’s account has disappeared mere days after her ex bought the platform for $44 billion, as her handle @realAmberHeard was unable to be found as of Thursday.
While some social media watchdogs suspect she might have wanted a break from the never-ending backlash following her public courtroom standoff against her ex-husband Johnny Depp, others questioned if it had anything to do with Musk.
The pair dated in 2016, keeping their love under wraps for a year before going public, and split in 2018.
The two first met on the set of “Machete Kills” in 2013, which Heard starred in and Musk merely made a cameo. At the time Musk was with his then-wife Talulah Riley, and Heard with then-husband Depp.
It wasn’t until 2016 that Musk began courting Heard, but the newfound love didn’t come without turmoil. In 2017, they split for the first time — which Musk claimed was “amicable” — then reunited, then split again for good.
But the breakup didn’t stop Musk from popping up in Heard’s life — or conversations. In the bombshell defamation trial between Heard and Depp, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor accused his ex of cheating on him with Musk before their divorce was finalized.
While the Tesla CEO denied the claims, he weighed in on the trial, saying both are “incredible” when they’re “at their best.”
But now that Heard’s Twitter account has mysteriously disappeared, speculators wonder if the seemingly amicable relationship might have turned sour, although it’s unclear. Reps for the “Aquaman” actress and Musk have not returned The Post’s requests for comment.
Meanwhile, Musk’s social media acquisition has been nothing but chaos, as more stars quit the platform after the app’s new owner demanded $8 to keep their blue check marks.
Earlier this week, Musk bit back at the critics who flamed him for charging the monthly fee for the verified status, but the tech mogul won’t budge on his decision — which is $12 less than his original subscription plan.