A woman was arrested after breaking into Johnny Depp's Los Angeles home, according to a report. The actor was not home at the time.
The woman, whom authorities believe is homeless, reportedly broke into Johnny's Hollywood Hills home at some point over the past weekend. Her stay didn't last long, though — his home security alarms started going off as soon as she arrived.
Police tell TMZ that the woman was "spooked" by the alarm and left before police arrived. However, police quickly found her near the home and connected her to another area burglary, as well.
It's unclear if she took anything from Johnny's home while she was briefly inside.
While the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star can sleep easier knowing the woman was arrested, it hasn't been all good news for Johnny this week: A judge recently ruled that Amber Heard, Johnny's ex-wife, can continue with her $100 million defamation counter-lawsuit against him. Johnny and his team had been attempting to get the lawsuit thrown out.
The actor initially filed a $50 million lawsuit in Virginia for defamation over her op-ed in The Washington Post in which she said she was a survivor of domestic abuse. Amber never mentioned Johnny by name, but the implication was clear. After Johnny's lawyer called her claims "fake" and a "sexual violence hoax," Amber countersued her ex-husband.
In November, Johnny lost a high-profile libel case against the London-based tabloid The Sun over a 2018 headline in which he was dubbed a "wife beater." Although Johnny has long alleged that Amber was abusive in the marriage, a judge ruled that the headline was "substantially true." Amber testified during the trial.