It's been over two months since we first learned that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are divorcing, and it seems like the situation has only gotten uglier by the day.
First, Heard accused Depp of assault and even requested an emergency restraining order against the actor (who, curiously, was touring Europe with his band at the time).
The situation deteriorated into the worst kind of he-said, she-said situation, and last month, the Depp threatened to sue Heard if she or her lawyers leaked any further details of the case to the press.
Sources say the 53-year-old put the price tag at an astonishing $100,000 per infraction.
Even so, new information about the couple's excruciatingly slow divorce somehow continues to emerge.
The latest has to do with the profound toll that the case is taking on Depp emotionally.
Sources close to the actor say Depp is willing to do whatever it takes to bring an end to the interminable legal proceedings, as the process is beginning to take a serious toll on his mental health.
"He feels stressed about all the Amber drama," one insider tells People magazine.
"He never anticipated getting a divorce. He just wants it all to be over and move on. It's a very sad situation for him."
The source adds that the only thing keeping Depp grounded at the moment is the busy tour schedule of his band, the Hollywood Vampires.
"The tour couldn't have happened at a better time," the insider says. "He had no choice but to stay focused on his performances."
Between road stints, Depp escapes from L.A. and spends time on his private island in the Bahamas.
Yes, when he's not touring with his rock supergroup, Johnny Depp relaxes on the yacht he keeps just off the coast of his island.
Stars - they're just like us!