Johnny Depp’s attorney on Thursday postponed a hearing scheduled for Friday in Los Angeles, in which a judge would have considered making permanent the restraining order placed against Depp by his estranged wife, actress Amber Heard.

Us Weekly said no new date for the hearing has been scheduled.

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Heard, 30, who will play Aquaman’s love interest, Mera, in next year’s “Justice League Part One,” had been set to testify in support of her allegations that “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise star Depp, 53, had been physically abusive.

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Heard, who filed for divorce on May 23 after 15 months of marriage, earlier this week withdrew her request for temporary spousal support.