Police Called to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's Downtown LA Home - Find Out Why!

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Police were sent to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s downtown Los Angeles home on Monday, with LAPD confirming to ET that Heard’s attorney is the one who placed the call.

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While Depp, 53, is currently believed to be in the Bahamas, Heard’s team is reportedly claiming that the actor is in violation of the temporary restraining order that Heard was granted against her estranged husband last month, by sending his people to collect items from the house.

The court order requires that Depp remains at least 100 yards from their home, but includes a “move-out order,” allowing him to collect clothing and personal items needed before Friday’s hearing.

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reports that Depp’s people are “removing things from the walls and taking furniture out of the home,” and that 30-year-old Heard’s team views this as “overreaching.”

Two officers told ET there was nothing to report as they left the building.

The LAPD Central Division added that neither Depp nor Heard were at the scene, however their reps were eventually able to “work things out”. They do not believe the court order was violated.

ET reached out to reps for both Heard and Depp, who have yet to respond.

See more about the couple’s messy split below.

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