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Amber Heard I'm Too Skinny for 'Justice League' Costume Fitting Rescheduled

6/16/2016 11:19 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0616_AMBER_HEARD_DRIVING_fameflynetAmber Heard never went to London for her costume fitting this week -- which is why her lawyers said she was unavailable for a deposition -- because she says the production crew felt she was too skinny, having lost 20 pounds because of what she says is overwhelming stress.

TMZ broke the story ... Johnny Depp's lawyer wanted to take her deposition in the domestic violence case, but ultimately the judge accepted the word of her legal team that she had to go to London for the fitting and would not get back until Thursday night ... the evening of the scheduled court hearing.

We got this pic of Amber in West Hollywood shot Wednesday, and turns out she never went to London. Her people say the trip was cancelled because the producers didn't think she was camera-ready for the role ... because of her weight.

Amber's team says they were never given proper notice, but Johnny's team says that's BS ... Amber's lawyers represented she was not in town, and she was.

Johnny's team has maintained Amber is afraid to make her claims under oath and get cross-examined.

Amber Heard BS I Want to Settle Johnny's Scared

6/16/2016 10:15 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0616-amber-heard-tmzAmber Heard is calling out Johnny Depp and his people, saying it's absolute horse manure she wants to settle her domestic violence case, and she says Johnny's putting that out there because he's terrified about what she'll say on the stand. 

As we reported, sources connected with Johnny are asking for a continuance in the domestic violence hearing, scheduled for Friday. They say it's all because both Amber and Johnny want to end their legal war ... which includes the divorce, domestic violence claims and everything else.

But our Amber sources say they have never expressed any desire to settle the domestic violence case, and they believe this is all being spun by Johnny and his team because they know her testimony about domestic violence will be devastating for him.

The Amber sources say she's still ready, willing and able to go to court Friday and take the stand.

Johnny Depp Seeks to Postpone Hearing Settlement on the Table

6/16/2016 7:53 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0610-amber-heard-depp-tmz-05Johnny Depp and Amber Heard both want to end their war and settle everything connected with their relationship, so Johnny's lawyers are requesting the courtroom battle set for Friday be postponed.  

Sources connected with Johnny say Amber and Johnny will now discuss a mutual agreement in which both agree to stay clear of each other. In addition, we're told they will settle all matters involving their divorce, including property settlement and spousal support.

As we reported, Amber asked for $50k a month in spousal support for her 15-month marriage. We're told Johnny might be agreeable to pay her for a period of time -- probably around 8 months.

A settlement would involve all possible claims each might have against the other. Translation ... Amber couldn't file a civil suit for the alleged domestic violence ... something Johnny has denied.

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Amber Heard 911 Caller I'll Testify Johnny Flipped Out ... I Couldn't Calm Him Down

6/14/2016 3:13 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0614-heard-depp-tillet-getty-instagram-02Amber Heard's friend who called 911 is prepared to testify about what started the fight the night Johnny Depp allegedly threw a phone at Amber's face.

iO Tillett Wright submitted a declaration in the case, saying Johnny was "very upset over something he thought someone had done to him." She says Amber had called and put her on speakerphone, hoping iO could calm Johnny down by assuring him "what he believed had happened was not true."

iO was not anymore specific in the docs about what irked Johnny that night. She says she heard Amber yell "Call 911" before getting disconnected, so she did ... to "save Amber's life."

As for what started the whole thing ... iO says she's willing to take the stand under oath during Friday's restraining order hearing -- so, you can be sure that will come up.

She also attached a copy of an online article she wrote about the incident. 

Amber Heard to Johnny Depp Money's NO Factor ... Just Stay Away

6/13/2016 9:04 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0613-johnny-depp-amber-heard-getty-4Amber Heard doesn't want Johnny Depp or anyone else thinking her domestic violence allegation is a play for his money -- and she's making that clear in court docs.

Amber's lawyer just filed a declaration saying she's withdrawing her request for temporary spousal support. The spousal support issue would have been handled during Friday's restraining order hearing ... but she's now taken that off the table.

Amber says she only asked for it because she thought it was standard operating procedure in a divorce case, but now feels Depp's team is twisting it in the media. In the docs, she says it's being "used against me to distract and divert the public away from the very serious real issue of domestic violence."

She claims Johnny made $30 million last year and, according to the docs ... she believes the court could have ordered him to pay nearly $1 million per month in temporary support. 

Important to note -- Amber's not saying she doesn't want any support. In the docs, she reserves the right to go after spousal support in their divorce ... AFTER the restraining order is handled.

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Amber Heard Calls Cops ... Johnny's Raiding Our House

6/13/2016 2:11 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0613-amber-heard-johnny-depp-police-outside-TMZ-01Amber Heard's camp just called the police ... claiming Johnny Depp's people are taking items from his downtown L.A. home in violation of the restraining order she has against him.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... LAPD officers are responding to a possible violation of a court order. Johnny was ordered to stay 100 yards away from his home with Amber when she got the temporary restraining order.

Sources connected to the former couple tell us Johnny himself is not there, but his people are removing things from the walls and taking furniture out of the home.

Part of the restraining order includes a "move-out order" ... which allows Depp to take personal clothing and belongings needed until Friday's hearing. Amber's camp believes his people are overreaching, especially because Johnny is in the Bahamas right now. The insinuation is clear ... why the urgency?

Sources close to Depp confirm his team is taking "personal items" and they believe it's within the scope of what the order allows.

We got this shot of the moving truck loaded with a bunch of men's clothing, presumably Johnny's -- however, a desk was moved back inside the building. Law enforcement sources tells us both sides agreed it was not an essential item.

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Amber Heard You Watch ... Johnny's Gonna Take the 5th

6/13/2016 1:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0610-johnny-depp-amber-heard-TMZ-02Johnny Depp will NEVER testify Friday in the restraining order trial ... he'll take the 5th because he's afraid he'll say something that could get him prosecuted for domestic violence -- that's the take of the sources connected to Amber Heard's case, but it may be a little unfair.

Our sources tell TMZ ... Amber's team is convinced Johnny is afraid to testify and, given the police are already involved, it's just too risky to take the oath and endure a hard cross-examination.

What's more ... Amber's team doesn't even believe Johnny will submit a written declaration denying domestic violence. If you recall, Mel Gibson submitted a written declaration in his custody war with Oksana Grigorieva, and in the doc he admitted he had slapped her. That's what got him prosecuted.

Same with Cosby. What he said in his depo formed the basis of the current prosecution.

Amber's team believes they have the restraining order in the bank. Their thinking goes this way ... Amber's eager to testify, and if Johnny is mum, the judge has no choice but to grant the restraining order.

Fact is ... Amber triggered a police investigation, and it's common practice for someone who's in Johnny's position to take the 5th in a civil case ... even if there's hard proof he's innocent.

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Shane Mosley Ordered to Fork Over $300k to Ex

6/13/2016 12:35 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0610-shane-mosley-jin-tmz-facebook-01Shane Mosley just got hit with a costly hook after a judge ordered him to hand over $300k to his ex-wife.

According to docs obtained by TMZ Sports ... Mosley must pay Jin Mosley $180k in back child support dating from December 2014 to November 2015. He also has to pony up almost $85k for his share of a tax debt the couple owed.

To add insult to injury, Shane's gotta pay Jin's attorney fees to the tune of $50,000.

It's been a nasty divorce since jump street -- as we've reported, Shane claims they were never really married since Jin two-timed him.

Johnny Depp It's All About Money for Amber She Begs to Differ

6/11/2016 12:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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Amber Heard claims money is NOT the driving force behind her bid to get a restraining order against Johnny Depp, but sources connected with Johnny say she's full of it, pointing to a letter her own lawyer filed with the court ... Amber, however, says the letter isn't a money grab.

Amber's lawyer sent a letter to Jake Bloom, Johnny's entertainment lawyer, on May 24, 2016 ... just 3 days after the alleged iPhone attack, and 3 days before Amber made her explosive domestic violence claims.

In the letter Amber's lawyer tells Bloom, "Amber wishes to work quickly towards a private and amicable resolution of all matters, but she will need Johnny's immediate cooperation to do so." Amber's attorney also claims she wants to "work out solutions outside of the public eye."

Amber's lawyer then make a series of financial demands ... temporary spousal support, use of their Range Rover, possession of their downtown L.A. penthouse, $100,000 for her lawyer's fees and another $25,000 for business people.

Sources connected to Johnny note Amber never asked Johnny to voluntarily agree to stay away from her -- they say it's all about money ... either pay up, or we'll go to court, ask for a restraining order, and drag Johnny through the mud with all the allegations.

Johnny didn't pay and Amber filed the explosive documents on May 27th.

Sources connected with Amber tell TMZ, the letter asks for the standard fare in divorce cases and it's merely to sustain her. The sources deny the letter is an ultimatum to wedge money out of Johnny.

As we reported, Johnny's people made a financial counteroffer to Amber, but she has not responded.

Amber Heard It's Not About Money It's About Protection from Johnny

6/10/2016 3:14 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0610-amber-heard-depp-tmz-04Amber Heard wants restraint, not money, from Johnny Depp ... so say people connected to the actress.

Our sources say money is "the lowest priority" in her legal war with Depp. As we reported, both sides have been in settlement discussions and our Amber sources say Johnny's side has proposed a financial settlement ... spousal support totaling $50k a month for 8 months. After taxes, that comes to around a quarter of a million bucks.

Our Amber sources say they have not responded to Johnny's offer, because there was a string attached -- a mutual restraining order. The sources say Amber would never agree to be the subject of a restraining order when she was not the one who committed violence. Thus, it's a deal breaker.

Amber, we're told, wants her day in court next Friday in her attempt to win a permanent restraining order against Johnny. She feels like she needs protection and now believes she's standing up for other domestic violence victims ... especially when the perpetrator is rich and famous.

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Amber Heard No Depo for Me I Got a Costume Fitting

6/10/2016 11:08 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0603-amber-heard-TMZ-02Amber Heard is not available to have her deposition taken before her big domestic violence trial next week ... because she has to fly to London for a 3-day costume fitting.

Johnny Depp's lawyer, Laura Wasser, was in court Friday demanding that Amber show up so she can grill her about the alleged May 21st attack. Amber has not made herself available and that's why Wasser went to court.

Amber's lawyer, Samantha Spector, told the judge Amber is now in New Jersey for her best friend's engagement party, and from there she's flying to London for a costume fitting for her movie, 'Justice League.' Spector said Amber won't be back until next Thursday night, hours before Friday's trial.

Sources connected to Johnny are scoffing, claiming the costume fitting is a lame excuse to avoid having to answer hard questions about the alleged attack. The sources say no one ever mentioned the fitting until Friday's court hearing.

TMZ has also learned both sides are still in settlement discussions.  We're told Johnny's team has made a financial offer but Amber has not responded.

Johnny Depp to Amber Heard Put Up or Shut Up!!!

6/10/2016 8:22 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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10:30 AM PT -- Lawyers for Amber and Johnny are in court, and her lawyer, Samantha Spector, asked the judge to push back the June 17th hearing because she needs more time to prepare. Depp's lawyer, Laura Wasser, fired back the longer this drags on the more it damages her client's career.

Wasser also requested phone records from Amber showing any phone records referencing domestic violence since 2015. It's significant because Johnny's team believes the leaked text messages from Amber's phone are fake or doctored.

Amber wasn't in court ... she's out of town celebrating the engagement of her best friend and witness, Raquel Pennington.

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Amber Heard and her lawyers are spending countless hours trashing Johnny Depp in the media, but they're so scared that Amber might ruin her case under oath they're dodging her deposition ... so claims Johnny Depp's lawyer.

Attorney Laura Wasser just filed some interesting documents, claiming Heard and best friend Raquel Pennington claim they don't have a single day available before next Friday's restraining order trial ... to answer questions under oath in a depo.

Wasser drops some info ... according to the docs, lawyers on both sides were talking about sitting down and trying to settle the case. It's possible the settlement would involve each staying clear of the other. It's also possible the settlement would involve money ... Amber's asking for $50k a month in spousal support.

Wasser says just 4 days ago they had planned to have the settlement conference June 10, but that fell apart so Wasser wanted to use the day to take Amber's depo. Wasser says Amber's lawyer suddenly claimed she was not available so the depo couldn't go forward.

Bottom line ... Wasser thinks Amber and Raquel are BSing about not being available ... and if they won't sit for a deposition they should not be allowed to testify at next week's trial.

And there's this shot ... Wasser says, "[Amber] has tried her claims in the media. It is now time to do so in a court of law."

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Amber Heard Meets Johnny, Asks Cops ... Please Erase My Dom. Violence Records

6/8/2016 4:15 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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0608_amber_heard_johnny_depp_rum_diary_premiere_getty-2Amber Heard had her lawyer send a letter to the cops who arrested her for domestic violence, asking them to wipe clean all traces of the incident ... and the request was made just as she was starting her romance with Johnny Depp.

TMZ broke the story ... Amber was arrested in 2009 for allegedly assaulting her domestic partner at Seattle/Tacoma International Airport. Cops took her mug shot, she spent a night in jail and appeared in court, where the prosecutor decided not to pursue the case because Amber and partner Tasya van Ree lived in California.

Amber's lawyer, Michele Shaw, sent a letter to the Port of Seattle Police Dept. on November 14, 2011 ... asking to delete the criminal history. The lawyer points out, under Washington law, she was eligible because she was never prosecuted.

Amber met Johnny on the set of "Rum Diaries."  They reconnected at the premiere in October, 2011 ... just weeks before she decided to clean up her record.

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