Amber and Johnny are one of the many celebrity couples who have been embroiled in protracted court battles since their breakup. It all began in 2016, when Heard filed for divorce from Depp, alleging that he had physically abused her. The Pirates of Caribbean actor has sued Amber for defamation over an essay she had written on the same. The legal drama has only gotten worse since then. The Aquaman actress has now gone all-in on the cops.

Johnny Depp recently said that he believes Hollywood is boycotting him, and that this is negatively impacting his career and projects. Even his current film, Minamata, has been hampered by his legal troubles, according to him.

In the court struggle between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, there has been a fresh move. In the wake of a $50 million defamation suit filed against her, the actress has filed a subpoena to the Los Angeles Police Department. Heard’s legal team had the subpoena cleared by Fairfax County courts clerk John Frey, according to internet reports.

Amber Heard’s lawyer is eager to learn everything possible about the LAPD officers that attended to the domestic incident between the actress and Johnny Depp in Los Angeles in 2016. Heard’s team has asked authorities to “produce the books, documents, records, electronically stored information,” according to court papers acquired by Deadline.

Her team also requested the body-camera footage from police officers Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden’s meet at the previous couple’s home at the Eastern Columbia Building on May 21, 2016.

Additionally, the Aquaman star’s legal team has asked “all papers and communications of any sort touching any investigation of, and any disciplinary proceedings taken against” the police officers previously named, running from December 2016 to the present.

Meanwhile, while responding to a question regarding the lack of fresh opportunities in Hollywood since Amber Heard went public with domestic violence charges against him, Johnny Depp revealed that he is a victim of “cancel culture.” As per Koimoi.