Amber Heard and her attorney filed a motion Friday asking the judge to give Heard’s deposition to the media as part the divorce case.
The lawyer, William R. Bennett, filed the motion in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
“This motion requests that this deposition be permitted, in full and open to the public, and that a copy of this motion be sent to the Clerk of the Court,” Bennett wrote in the motion.
“We request that the Court grant the motion.”
In an affidavit, Bennett wrote that Heard has agreed to the deposition as an exhibit to the divorce proceeding.
Bennett’s motion to permit the deposition comes as the divorce battle between the couple enters its fourth week.
In court filings last week, Heard accused Heard of stealing $4.7 million from her, including jewelry, jewelry and a Mercedes Benz.
Heard also said that she and Heard have been separated since April 25.