Heard's legal team on September 20 had their subpoena cleared by Fairfax County courts clerk John Frey, according to Deadline.
Heard's lawyers has requested information regarding LAPD officers who responded to a domestic disturbance between the former couple in Downtown LA in 2016.
The latest: Amber Heard has issued a subpoena toward the Los Angeles Police Department amid her ongoing legal issues with Johnny Depp in his $50 million defamation suit against her
In legal docs reviewed by Deadline, Heard's legal team requested authorities 'produce the books, documents, records, electronically stored information and tangible things' as well as body-camera footage, in connection with a May 21, 2016 visit police officers Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden made to the former couple's apartment at the Eastern Columbia Building.
Heard's lawyers asked for 'all documents and communications of any nature respecting any investigation into whether Officers Saenz and Hadden followed LAPD policy, procedures and/or protocols' in the incident.
LAPD Public Information Officer Jeff Lee told the outlet that the department does not 'comment on open or pending litigation,' while another police source informed the outlet that police have gotten the subpoena.
Heard's legal team has specifically requested 'all documents and communications of any nature respecting any investigation of, and any disciplinary actions taken against' the aforementioned officers linked with their conduct spanning thru December of 2016.
Heard and her partner Bianca Butti were seen in London last year
Depp was seen at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain on Wednesday