Amber Heard Calls Cops On Johnny Depp’s Team For Taking Belongings From House
Amber Heard reportedly called the cops on Johnny Depp’s camp on Monday for collecting the actor’s personal belongings from their Los Angeles home. The actress claims his team’s actions are in violation of the restraining order she has against her estranged husband.
As Gossip Cop has reported, Heard obtained a temporary restraining order against Depp last month after accusing him of domestic abuse. The actress will now attempt to win a permanent restraining order in a trial that’s scheduled for Friday, but in the meantime, Depp has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from his and Heard’s home.
And now, according to TMZ, Depp’s people started removing his personal items, such as clothing and furniture, from their home on Monday. Depp is currently in the Bahamas, and wasn’t at the home when his personal property was removed, but Heard still believes the intrusion to be in violation of the court order.
Depp’s camp reportedly maintains it is well within their rights to take some of the actor’s items from his house as part of a “move-out order,” which allows for the actor to obtain the belongings he’ll need until Friday’s hearing. Heard, however, is arguing that since Depp is currently out of town, there’s no reason or urgency for his camp to be collecting his property. The LAPD reportedly arrived at the scene, but the outcome is unclear. Gossip Cop will have updates.