Johnny Depp makes surprise appearance at London’s High Court as he sues The Sun

EXCLUSIVE: Johnny Depp makes surprise appearance at London’s High Court as he sues The Sun over column branding him a ‘wife-beater’

Depp is suing the newspaper for libel over a column written by its Executive Editor, Dan WoottonColumnist Wootton’s April 2018 piece questioned author JK Rowling’s decision to cast the ‘wife beater’ actor in her film ‘Fantastic Beasts’Depp, 55, robustly denies the claims he ever beat Ms Heard, 33, during their turbulent 18-month marriageThe former couple, who met on screen when they starred in The Rum Diaries, will go head to head in the High Court showdown in central London in March 

Johnny Depp made a surprise appearance at London’s High Court today as he sues The Sun newspaper over claims he beat up his ex-wife Amber Heard.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star will go head to head in a showdown with Heard as he tries to prove that he didn’t hit her during their stormy 18-month marriage.   

Depp is suing The Sun and its Executive Editor Dan Wootton for libel over an article he wrote in which he called the Hollywood star a ‘wife beater’. 

Johhny Depp, 55, wearing a blue suit and sunglasses, arrived at London’s High Court today where he is suing The Sun newspaper over a column written by Dan Wootton in April 2018

The Pirates of the Caribbean star, seen arriving with his legal team, denies his ex-wife Amber Heard's claims that he was violent towards her during their turbulent 18-month marriage

The Pirates of the Caribbean star, seen arriving with his legal team, denies his ex-wife Amber Heard’s claims that he was violent towards her during their turbulent 18-month marriage

In an article slamming author JK Rowling for casting Depp in her film ‘Fantastic Beasts’, Wootton detailed Amber’s claims that he physical and verbally abused her during their brief, troubled union.

Depp, 55, wearing a blue suit and sunglasses, has robustly denied the claims and is set to go head to head with his former wife in the central London court in March.

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