Representatives for Amber Heard have called the police after her estranged husband Johnny Depp's aides reportedly violated a court order and raided the former couple's home on Monday (13Jun16).
The actress filed to end the couple's 15-month marriage in May (16), and then obtained a temporary domestic violence restraining order against Depp, accusing him of abusing her throughout their marriage.
He’s gearing up for a complicated divorce battle with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Amber Heard and Johnny Depp looks to be freeing up some of his fortune by putting nine Jean-Michel Basquiat paintings up for sale.
The “Edward Scissorhands” stud’s collection will be auctioned off at Christie’s Auction House in London on June 29th and 30th, and Depp sounds pained to be letting the pieces go.
She’s in the midst of a bitter divorce battle with Johnny Depp, and Amber Heard stands by her claim that he physically abused her throughout their marriage.
Interestingly enough, the “Joneses” actress has her own record with domestic violence, as she was arrested for assaulting her then-girlfriend Tasya van Ree back in 2009 at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
The 52-year-old actor has been at the centre of claims that he was violent to wife Amber during their 15 month marriage, with the actress obtaining a domestic violence restraining order against her spouse after claiming he threw a phone at her during a fight two days before she decided to end their union.
It’s no secret that divorce can be a messy process, and things are getting pretty dramatic between soon-to-be-ex-spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.
Following the “Jonses” actress’ filing on Monday (May 23), she has now requested a domestic violence restraining order against her “Edward Scissorhands” hubby. Amber also submitted a photo of her bruised right eye as evidence.
They’re the latest Tinseltown twosome to call it quits, and now Johnny Depp and Amber Heard look to be wading into a nasty divorce process.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” hunk has asked the judge to reject a request for spousal support filed by his soon-to-be-ex-wife, given that she has ample opportunity to earn money as a successful actress.
She’s been in legal hot water for bringing her two Yorkshire terriers into Australia back in May of 2015, and now Amber Heard has pled guilty to charges of producing false documents to quarantine officials.
The “Rum Diary” dame, who married Johnny Depp last year, scored a plea deal with prosecutors to avoid more serious charges of illegally importing the prized pooches, and instead of serving 10 years in jail she’ll simply receive a one-month good behavior bond and pay a $765 fine.