An LAPD officer who arrived on the scene of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's blowout argument, which she claimed he hurled a cell phone against her face, says she saw 'no injuries' on the actress, during explosive new testimony.
According to reports, the LAPD officer, Melissa Saenz, appeared via video link and testified on the fourth day of Depp's ongoing libel trial against a UK tabloid which called him a 'wife-beater.'
On May 21, 2016, Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp returned home to the couple's L.A. penthouse 'drunk and high' and became 'enraged' after they started discusses the alleged popping incident.
During the argument, Amber claimed Depp began smashing items in the apartment including a wine bottle. Plus, she says during the incident, he threw her cell phone at her 'like someone throwing a baseball' and hit her in the face.
But, the 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' star claims he simply went to the penthouse to collect a few belongings and Heard's allegations are part of a 'choreographed hoax.'