Amber Heard never filed a police report against her husband, “Alice Through the Looking Glass” actor Johnny Depp, but it doesn’t mean she’s not going to. The “Magic Mike XXL” actress “lost her nerve” to follow through when police arrived at her Los Angeles home on May 21, Radar Online wrote in an exclusive report Tuesday.

But Heard, 30, says she wants to stand up for victims of domestic violence. “She’s now going to go through with it,” an insider told Radar Online. The site heralded the possible report as "scathing" in its headline. 

“Amber is working up the courage to do it,” the source said, adding the actress “is being encouraged by friends to do it not only for herself but other women who are victims of domestic violence.”

At this writing, Heard had not spoken to police. There's no proof she will submit a statement to authorities — aside from Radar Online's report. 

While Heard wants out of her marriage to the popular actor, she doesn't wish to part with all of Depp’s estimated $400 fortune. She has asked him to pay spousal support, her legal fees and $100,000 toward her bills. He denied all requests. They got married without a signing a prenuptial agreement. 

Without Depp, Heard makes a rumored $120,000 a year, Radar Online wrote in a different article. Even though she earns roughly $10,000 per month, she spends more than $40,000. In fact, she reportedly spends $10,000 monthly on rent alone, the publication said.

While Depp hasn’t responded to the abuse allegations, he released a statement about his divorce. "Given the brevity of this marriage and the most recent and tragic loss of his mother, Johnny will not respond to any of the salacious false stories, gossip, misinformation and lies about his personal life,” Depp’s rep told People magazine last week. “Hopefully the dissolution of this short marriage will be resolved quickly."

The duo was married for 15 months.

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