The LAPD tells PEOPLE they responded to a call at Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's home on Monday

By Michael Miller
June 13, 2016 08:45 PM
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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s rocky divorce hit another speed bump when cops were called to the couple’s L.A. home to settle a dispute on Monday.

The LAPD tells PEOPLE that officers responded to a call over a dispute pertaining to a court order at the stars’ home in Downtown L.A. this afternoon. Neither Heard nor Depp were present at the time, and “officers left the location after keeping the peace.”

According to a source, Depp is still on vacation on his private island in the Bahamas.

Moving truck outside of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's downtown Los Angeles apartment
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Heard’s team reportedly made the call to police after friends of Depp’s allegedly began removing personal items from the home.

The actor was ordered to stay 100 yards away from the home when Heard got a temporary restraining order in late May. However, Depp is allowed to remove clothing and belongings that he might need for Friday’s court hearing, which is scheduled to determine whether to extend Heard’s temporary restraining order.

According to the “move-out order” detailed in Heard’s restraining order, Depp “must take only personal clothing and belongings needed until the hearing and move out immediately from [the home].”

A source tells PEOPLE Depp is expected back in L.A. by Wednesday.

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