Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are facing off in court after The Pirates of the Caribbean actor filed a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife.

In its May 2 issue, Life & Style claimed that Depp and Heard’s lawsuit still has a long way to go. And it’s highly likely for their reputations to be destroyed.

“Johnny and Amber’s never-ending court battle will go down in history as one of Hollywood’s nastiest divorces. Some say there are more shocking revelations to come. It’s clear that their relationship turned into a toxic train wreck by the end, but how much uglier can it get? This isn’t over – not by a long shot,” the source said.

Depp and Heard’s court battle is also played to the public with the A-listers’ consent. As such, fans of the exes are able to see their arguments and the arguments of their lawyers and witnesses.

This week, officer Melissa Saenz appeared in a pre-recorded video deposition during Tuesday’s hearing. Saenz visited Depp’s penthouse in 2016 following an alleged altercation between the actor and Heard.

In the recording, Saenz said that she didn’t see any signs of physical abuse from Depp. And she also noted that the reddish mark on Heard’s face that she insisted was a bruise, was just a sign that the actress was flushed with emotion, according to Daily Mail.

The Aquaman star previously insisted that she also used makeup to cover the markings on her face. More specifically, she reportedly used Milani cosmetics’ all-in-one concealer kit to hide the bruises on her face.

“This is what Amber carried in her purse for the entire relationship with Johnny Depp. She's an actor — do you honestly think she would have left her apartment ever without makeup? Do you think she would ever have wanted other people to see her bruises and cuts? This is what she used. She became very adept at it,” Heard’s lawyer said.

But after hearing the argument, a representative for the cosmetics brand said that it couldn’t have been possible for Heard to use their all-in-one concealer at the time. After all, they only released the product in 2017 and the alleged domestic abuse took place before then.

“Milani Cosmetics can confirm that the palette in question — the Milani Cosmetics Conceal + Perfect All-in-One Correcting Kit — did not launch until December 2017,” they told People