Things between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are getting worse by the day.
The former flames are in the midst of a bitter divorce battle after Heard claimed that Depp struck her with a cell phone, leaving bruising all over her face.
Heard was quick to get a restraining order against Depp, but it appears that Depp has a whole host of witnesses to support his claim that Amber fabricated the whole thing.
This really is one of those feuds that has so much new information by the day, that it's hard to keep track of it all.
The 2 responding officers on the night Amber alleges that Johnny attacked her will be part of Depp's witness list.
They will both testify that they saw nothing out of the ordinary when they responded to the call.
They didn't see an injury, or anything broken at the home.
There's even the five concierges within the building that have said in depositions that there was no injury on Heard's face between May 21 and May 27.
If that wasn't enough, there's even 2 security guards who were in the unit on May 21 that will say that Depp did not strike Heard.
It sure seems like Depp has a lot of witnesses fighting his corner.
In fact, there's nearly two dozen!
Amber will be called in as a hostile witness.
Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Amber.
Her past will be dredged up at the trial.
Remember that time Amber was arrested for domestic violence? That will be a talking point in the trial.
If you recall, Tasya Van Ree came to the defense of Amber's when details of her arrest were made public.
Heard was meant to testify at a deposition on August 6, but Amber has since claimed that Johnny Depp's lawyers blocked her from testifying.
"Although she was ready, willing and able to go forward with her deposition, it was not taken by Johnny's attorneys," reads a statement issued to TMZ.
"She waited for 10 hours and at no time did Amber ever refuse to start the deposition. There was nothing preventing Johnny's counsel from commencing the deposition."
Will the drama ever come to an end for these two?