Amber Heard Drags LAPD Into Johnny Depp Legal Battle

It’s been revealed that Amber Heard has opted to drag the LAPD even further into her $50 million legal battle with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

I have to say that this has all got a bit too much, even for me.

This legal battle between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp has been dragging on now for what seems like a decade.

According to Deadline, Heard and her legal team are looking to get all the information they can on the LAPD.

This is in relation to the $50 million defamation case instigated by Johnny Depp.

What Heard and her team want is any information of the officers that answered a domestic disturbance incident between the then-married Rum Diary co-stars in downtown L.A back in 2016.

Amber Heard is getting the police even more involved in her Johnny Depp legal battle

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Deadline is reporting that Heard’s lawyers want the LAPD to “produce the books, documents, records, electronically stored information and tangible things designated and described below.”

This isn’t the first time they’ve asked for this sort of thing from the LAPD.

The Aquaman star and her team issued a previous subpoena in which they asked for the on body-camera footage (or lack thereof) from Officers Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden.

They were the officers called to Depp and Heard’s plush pad at the Eastern Columbia Building on May 21, 2016.

It looks like Heard is now intent on dragging the officers that answered the call through the wringer and that could result in the pair losing their jobs over this.

However, if they did everything they were supposed to, then fingers crossed everything will be fine for them.

What do you make of this news?

Do you think Amber Heard is really starting to clutch at straws in her legal battle against Johnny Depp?

Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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