The battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is getting uglier by the day. On Monday, the LAPD was sent to the downtown Los Angeles home of the soon to be divorced couple.
Heard’s attorney is the one who placed the call and claimed that the actor is in violation of the temporary restraining order that Heard, 30, was granted against her estranged husband last month, by sending his people to collect items from the house.
The court order requires that Depp remains at least 100 yards from their home, but includes a “move-out order,” allowing him to collect clothing and personal items needed before Friday’s hearing.
Though Depp, 53, is currently believed to be in the Bahamas, his people were “removing things from the walls and taking furniture out of the home.” Heard’s team views this as “overreaching.”
Wouldn’t art and furniture that Depp paid for, count as personal items?
Depp nor Heard released any comment on Monday’s police visit.