Police officials in Los Angeles have spoken out about Amber Heard's assault allegations, insisting there was no sign of any crime when officers were called to the couple's home on Saturday night (21May16).
The actress and her lawyer showed up at court on Friday (27May16) to request a protective order against her husband of 15 months, Johnny Depp.
Heard was sporting a bruised face and told a judge it was an injury from a Saturday night fight with Depp.
Police were called to the couple's home following the altercation, during which Johnny allegedly threw an iPhone at his wife.
When they arrived Depp had left and his now-estranged wife filed a report, but now LAPD officials are opening up about the alleged attack, insisting there was no proof that a crime actually happened.
Sgt. Marlon Marrache said, "On May 21, 2016, officers responded to a domestic incident radio call... The person reporting the crime (Heard) did not insist on a report and no report was warranted. There was no evidence of any crime. A crime did not occur so the officers left the scene and left a business card."
Police sources have also insisted there was no evidence of any injuries when they arrived at the scene of the alleged fight. Had there been the cops would have opened an investigation, regardless of whether or not Amber wanted to press charges.
Depp's lawyer, Laura Wasser, is dismissing Heard's claims, stating, "Amber is attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleging abuse."