NO Sign Of Domestic Violence Against Amber Heard, Police Say
Amber Heard never told police that Johnny Depp threw an iPhone at her face when they were called to the couple's Beverly Hills home last Saturday and only mentioned an argument with her husband.
Earlier this week, the actress claimed to have been injured by Depp during the incident and produced images of the alleged attack as part of her request for a temporary restraining order, which was granted on Friday.
The 30-year-old turned up to the hearing sporting a bruise around her right eye and cheek, allegedly caused by a mobile phone being thrown at her face.
However, according to a new report from TMZ< law enforcement sources claim that when police responded to the 911 call not only did they see no evidence of injury but she never mentioned the alleged incident with the phone.
The actress reportedly told officers that she had, had an argument with her husband but never called Depp by his name.
The police came to the conclusion that no crime had been committed and left the property but left a business card in case Heard wanted to make a report at a later date.
Police records show the call being made at 9:16PM on May 21, the day after Depp's mother died.