Following the recent verdict in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial, which awarded the former $8.35 million in damages, GoFundMe is cracking down on fraudulent accounts claiming to be raising cash to aid Heard in paying her settlement.

Soon after the ruling, a GoFundMe was put up to support Heard, which was organized by Kimberly Moore. Moore claimed to have spoken with Heard’s legal team and assured them that any funds raised would go directly to Amber.

According to the page’s description, “I believe Amber, and social media protected the abuser. The judgment exceeds her net worth. It’s so sad that he was able to get away with the abuse. The judgment furthers that abuse. If you can please help her.”

However, a GoFundMe spokeswoman claims that the account was swiftly flagged before a significant amount of money was donated. The page was pulled down once it was discovered that neither Amber nor anybody on her staff had created it.

According to TMZ, sources say that GoFundMe will continue to monitor for fake pages and take appropriate action.

While Heard’s legal team intends to appeal the verdict, claiming that the actress cannot afford the damages, her lawyer has stated that she will not set up a GoFundMe to pay.