Heard's legal team filed a Request for Order motion at the Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, imploring the court to order Depp to uphold his end of their divorce settlement.
According to documents obtained by ET, the former couple previously signed a Deal Point Memorandum, outlining what each party would pay and responsibilities they had to uphold. Heard's lawyers claim Depp has not followed through on several points listed in their agreement.
The actress’s legal team claims Depp has failed to pay the first and second installments in their $7 million settlement, which was supposed to be paid out over 12 months.
Depp, 53, has also allegedly failed to transfer the title of ownership of the former couple's Range Rover, which was supposed to be done by Aug. 15, and has failed to pay an portion of Heard's legal feels. Additionally, Heard's lawyers claim that she's not been given a walkthrough date to retrieve her personal belongings from their home or their joint storage properties.
The pair are also supposed to meet to discuss the division of the furniture in the two residences they occupied together while married.
"When Johnny learned that I planned to donate my entire marital settlement to charities, Johnny purported to satisfy his obligation to pay me by supposedly paying the charities I selected instead of me," Heard, 30, claimed in the motion.
She went on to refute Depp's claim that announcing her charitable intentions violated the confidentiality terms of the couple’s DPM by saying that she made the donations "in good faith."
"I was responding to the leaks by Johnny’s agents bragging that I had settled for substantially less than reported," Heard said, adding that her ex-husband's legal team attempted to label her as a "gold digger."
Heard's lawyers say that they previously held off from asking a judge to strictly enforced their Deal Point Memorandum “in hope these matters would be cured and a final judgment could be finalized." However, they claim Depp's lawyers have failed to arrange the requisite meetings to facilitate this.
"My client’s statements have now been exhausted," Heard's attorney, Pierce O'Donnell, argued in the document.