Johnny Depp's estranged wife has given Los Angeles police a statement to support her account of an alleged domestic violence incident involving the actor, according to her lawyers.
Samantha Spector and Joseph Koenig wrote in a statement that actress Amber Heard had spoken to Los Angeles police.
The statement did not indicate when Heard gave the statement, and the Los Angeles Police Department said it has no information about Heard speaking with officers.
"With her statement Amber hopes to give the LAPD the opportunity to conduct an accurate and complete investigation into the events of that evening and before," Heard's lawyers wrote.
"If that occurs, and the truth is revealed, there is no doubt that Amber's claims will be substantiated beyond any doubt, and hopefully Johnny will get the help that he so desperately needs."
Heard obtained a temporary restraining order against Depp on Friday, claiming the actor threw her mobile phone at her face, striking her below the right eye during a fight on May 21.
Los Angeles police have said they responded to the incident but found no evidence of a crime.
Ms Spector and Mr Koenig wrote that Heard did not initially give a statement to police because she was trying to protect Depp's reputation and career.
Heard said in a sworn declaration in her restraining order application that Depp threw her phone at her during a fight on Saturday, striking her cheek and eye.
She submitted a picture of her bruised face when she applied for a restraining order on Friday. She also wrote that the actor pulled her hair, screamed at her and repeatedly hit her and violently grabbed her face.
She appeared at a Los Angeles court on Friday and had a bruise on her right cheek below the eye.
Heard filed for divorce on May 23, two days after the alleged abuse, citing irreconcilable differences.
Depp's lawyer has accused Heard of using the abuse allegations to try to gain an advantage over the actor in divorce proceedings. She is seeking spousal support, but Depp is asking a judge to deny that request.
"Amber is simply a victim of domestic violence, and none of her actions are motivated by money," Heard's lawyers wrote.
"Amber is a brave and financially independent woman who is showing the courage of her convictions by doing the right thing against Johnny's relentless army of lawyers and surrogates."
Heard and Depp met on the set of the 2011 film The Rum Diary and were married for 15 months before the divorce petition was filed. Heard wrote that May 21, the day of the alleged assault, was the first time she had seen Depp in a month.