Last week, we learned that Amber Heard had requested a restraining order against Johnny Depp after accusing the actor of physically assaulting her during an altercation at the estranged couple's home.
Heard was granted a temporary order of protection, but the situation only got more complex from there, as reps for both actors insisted that the other side was lying.
After friends of Depp's accused Heard of blackmail, the actress decided that she wanted to do more than just make her ex pay in civil court.
Yesterday, lawyers for the 30-year-old revealed that Heard intends to file assault charges against Depp, a move that could carry major legal consequences for the beloved actor.
Unfortunately for Heard, she may have a tough time making her case, as the police that responded her friend's 911 call on May 21 say they saw no signs of abuse.
The cops who responded to the call say they didn't even realize that Heard was Depp's wife (apparently Amber never mentioned her famous husband by name).
In their report they say they saw no signs of physical injury.
They also say Amber was reluctant to let them inside the apartment she shares with Depp.
Once they were inside, they saw no signs of destruction, which is interesting, as Heard claims Depp trashed the place during his drunken tantrum.
Now, TMZ is reporting that Heard believes the cops either didn't do their job properly or they're lying to protect Depp.
She says she can't imagine how they missed the signs of injury to her face.
As for the destruction to the apartment, Heard claims she spoke with police in an adjoining unit, not the room where Depp became violent.
Thus far, Heard is the only one to provide sworn testimony regarding the events of that night.
We'll have further updates on this story as more information becomes available.