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Who is Mitch Hallahan? Amber Heard was reportedly dating the former AFL player following Elon Musk’s split

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Mitch Hallahan, who played for the Gold Coast Suns and Hawthorn, was reportedly the ‘Confidant’ of the ‘Aquaman’ star during her stay in Australia in 2017

Amber Heards reported Australian friend and “confidant” while in Australia in 2017 and was spotted as a former AFL player. According to The Herald Sun, Mitch Hallahan, who played for the Gold Coast Suns and Hawthorn, formed a strong bond with the ‘Aquaman’ star after a chance encounter at the Garden Bar at Gold Coast’s The Star Casino five years ago.

Heard, who is now suing her ex-husband Johnny Depp in US court, reportedly spent much of 2017 on the Gold Coast filming the blockbuster superhero film alongside Jason Momoa. In April or May of this year, Hallahan was at a private event at The Star with the cast and crew of Aquaman at a separate event at the same location. According to the Herald Sun, the two groups interacted and Hallahan was one of several players introduced to Heard. After Heard’s then-relationship with Elon Musk ended in August, they formed a close friendship and are said to have dated briefly.

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Meanwhile, Hallahan and Heard’s media agents declined to comment on this new allegation. Heard left Australia at the end of 2017, while Hallahan’s time with the Suns ended that same year due to injury. Between 2011 and 2014, the 29-year-old made just six senior appearances for Hawthorn before making 20 appearances for Queensland between 2015 and 2017. He now lives in Melbourne and plays with Sorrenton on the Mornington Peninsula.

The news comes at the end of a planned week-long hiatus in her turbulent legal battle with Depp, who is trying to establish that Heard defamed him in a 2018 op-ed for The Washington Post in which she described herself as a domestic violence survivor but didn’t name him. Depp has denied ever harming his ex-wife and has admitted to being the victim of physical and mental abuse. The trial is expected to resume from today, May 16.

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