According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Depp filed a subpoena to Musk to produce and protect all items that are associated with Amber Heard.
The information listed in the documents to turn over include, “conversations, telephone calls, letters, emails, memoranda, reports, telegraphs, faxes, exhibits, drawings, text messages, and any other documents which confirm or relate to the written or verbal exchange.” also any electronically stored information including, “electronic, digital, or any other recorded material whatsoever, including but not limited to, any notes…videotapes, affidavits, statements, papers, files, forms, data, tapes, printouts, letters, reports, communications, contracts, agreements, telegrams, records, financial records, applications, correspondence, diaries, calendars.”
The request specifically asks for communications around the May 21, 2016, domestic violence incident, where Amber claims Johnny Depp assaulted her in their home.
“All communications relating to allegations of physical abuse or domestic violence committed by Mr. Depp or Ms. Heard,” it reads.
As we’ve reported, several witnesses have testified to seeing Musk enter Depp and Heard’s home around the time of the incident.