LAPD Releases New Details About Amber Heard’s Alleged Abusive Incident: ‘A Crime Did Not Occur’

Here's what the cops are saying.

This sad situation is so complicated.

On Friday, Amber Heard was granted a domestic violence restraining order against Johnny Depp after alleging that he was drunk and high on Saturday, and bruised her face by hitting her with an iPhone.

All of this comes only days after the 30-year-old filed for divorce from her husband of over a year.

Photo: Johnny Snapped Helping An Old Woman Amid Amber’s Allegations

And while Miz Heard received the restraining order, the Los Angeles Police Department is opening up about the alleged attack from over the weekend, saying there was no proof that a crime actually happened in her home.

LAPD Sgt. Marlon Marrache described officers’ experience at the scene, saying:

“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 had also previously said that the Friday Night Lights alum had no evidence of any injuries when authorities arrived.

In fact, Marlon even stressed that if there had been signs of abuse after the alleged altercation, cops would have opened an investigation, regardless of whether or not the blonde beauty wanted to press charges.

He also isn’t sure who dialed 911 that night, adding:

“It could have been the neighbor or it could have been her. The police and her were at the scene. He [Depp] wasn’t there.”

Meanwhile, sources close to the 52-year-old are adamant that his estranged wife is lying, and Johnny’s lawyer filed a response claiming that the actress is just trying to force a solution to their messy divorce.

We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about Amber’s allegations.

[Image via WENN.]

May 27, 2016 7:06pm PDT

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