Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's Restraining Order Hearing Is Still On – and Heard Is Planning to Attend: Source
"Heard and her team are ready and plan on going to court tomorrow," a source tells PEOPLE
“Despite rumors to the contrary, Heard and her team are ready and plan on going to court tomorrow,” a source tells PEOPLE. “Any continuances would be requested by Depp or the judge, not Heard or her legal team.”
A Los Angeles County public information officer also told PEOPLE Thursday that the hearing has not been postponed.
The upcoming hearing is to address Heard’s ongoing domestic violence restraining order case against the actor. On May 27, Heard, 30, was granted a temporary restraining order after she claimed the actor, 52, had abused her throughout their relationship.
On Thursday, Heard was spotted speaking on her phone as she headed to her legal team’s offices in Los Angeles.
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On Wednesday, Depp’s legal team filed a motion to keep witnesses from taking the stand at Friday’s hearing, claiming that Heard’s lawyers violated protocol by failing to provide a witness list beforehand.
According to the court documents, they request that “the Court refuse to receive live testimony from Amber’s non-party witnesses.”
Depp’s attorneys are also requesting that all declarations previously provided by Heard’s witnesses – including her friend iO Tillet Wright and neighbor Raquel Pennington – “be stricken and not considered by the Court because they are inadmissible hearsay.”
• With reporting by MIKE MILLER