Actor Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s confining sequence conference has been deferred by a judge.
The box will now be listened on Aug 2, 15 and 16, reported E! online.
While there have been reports that Heard, 30, has been avoiding giving a deposition with Depp’s lawyers, according to a source, a allegations are untrue.
“She wants to go to court. But both a times when Johnny’s attorneys requested to overthrow Amber they didn’t follow a suitable justice protocol.
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“It was Depp’s attorney, Laura Wasser’s ask to continue a domestic assault confining sequence hearing. Wasser gets one ask for a continuation and she requested it so therefore a conference will be continued postponed. The proxy confining sequence has been reissued and will sojourn in place until a subsequent justice hearing,” a source added.
Earlier this week Heard retracted her initial ask for proxy wedding support.