A seemingly drunk Johnny Depp went off on wife Amber Heard in their kitchen earlier this year, and she managed to get a video of the altercation.
WARNING: This may be upsetting to some viewers.
Sources close to Depp believe this shocking video posted on TMZ was "heavily edited" and Amber was both smiling and egging him on.
It was also a total set up by Amber, if you believe his camp, and could never be used in court, since he didn't know he was being filmed.
Keep that in mind as you watch it below. That said:
Months before the May 21 incident in which Amber claims Johnny struck her, he is seen here breaking a wine bottle and glass in frustration.
In the video, the 30-year-old Heard asks the actor if he just drank a bottle of wine, then tries to calm him down, but he is far from pleased.
The actress then says she's sorry for something.
She did not say what, and Johnny really wasn't happy with her, seemingly out of it and out of control as he have the same curt response:
"Did something happen to you this morning?"
Depp, 53, breaks a wine glass and bottle, and tries grab Amber's phone as a struggle seems to occur between them at the end of the clip.
Is this proof Johnny Depp abused Amber Heard, which she has alleged as part of their ongoing domestic abuse and divorce dispute?
Not on its own merit ... but it makes you wonder.
The former spouses are currently in the midst of one of the ugliest divorces of all time, with Heard alleging that Depp is a violent alcoholic.
She claims he physically assaulted her on more than one occasion; Depp denies the claims and his camp has accused Heard of lying.
One report claimed that their "biggest fight" occurred after Heard accused Depp of cheating prior to the couple's separation this spring.
According to the E! News story, "Johnny had a night out and Amber had a feeling he had been with someone," says an insider.
Heard then "questioned him about it and he blew up at her, got in her face yelling, chased her upstairs. Amber was scared."
The source adds that Depp "didn't admit to anything," but later apologized for blowing up and "she ultimately forgave him."
NOTE: This is all for context; The video about to see was filmed earlier this year and is not necessarily tied to that incident: