Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have agreed to settled their divorce, the actors said Tuesday in a joint statement.
"Our relationship was intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love," the statement said, adding that Heard would be donating any proceeds from the settlement to charity.
Heard, 30, filed for divorce from Depp, 53, in May after 15 months of marriage. She sought spousal support from him, and less than a week later, she filed an order of protection against the Oscar-nominated actor, who she said hit her with a cellphone during a fight at their Los Angeles home.
"He has a short fuse. He is often paranoid and his temper is exceptionally scary for me," Heard said in a sworn declaration at the time.
Heard provided the court with a photo of bruises on her face as evidence, but Depp denied he had abused her and police said evidence indicating violence was unfounded. A judge in May granted the order of protection, but rejected Heard's request that Depp attend a year's worth of anger management classes.
Heard later said the abuse had been going on for years, but she hadn't ever reported it "in an attempt to protect her privacy and (his) career."
The Associated Press reported that Heard's lawyers planned to file for a dismissal of the restraining order later Tuesday.
Heard and Depp's statement said neither "has made false accusations for financial gain."
"There was never any intent of physical or emotional harm," the statement said. "Amber wishes the best for Johnny in the future."
Heard is best known for her turns in the movies "Magic Mike XXL," "The Danish Girl" and "Pineapple Express." She met Depp while co-starring with him in the 2011 film "The Rum Diary" and they began living together the following year.