Johnny Depp Is Claiming Amber Heard Pooped In Their Bed

This is a sh**ty story.

Johnny Depp is reportedly alleging that his ex-wife Amber Heard pooped in their bed.

According to The Mirror, the troubled 55-year-old actor claims Heard and her friends defecated in the bed as punishment for turning up two hours late to her 30th in 2016.

Despite Depp believing there is "strong photographic evidence" linking the offending poo to human origin, a rep for Heard claimed their dog Boo was to blame.

According to The Mirror a housekeeper, who found the soiled sheets, also claimed the mess was "too big to be from their dog".

A month after the s**t hit the fan -- or sheets as it were -- the pair fought about the incident again and it was during that fight that Heard alleges Depp became violent and struck her in the face.

Depp denies the charges of domestic violence, but paid a settlement of $7 million USD to Heard, who donated a portion of to the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

The Mirror actually reached out to Heard's people to see what they had to say, and again they claimed the offending poo came from their dog Boo.

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“Boo has some serious bowel control issues," Heard's rep told the publication adding, "It was an innocent thing, it’s what pets will do. We don’t have anything else to say. Ms Heard is moving on and we do not want to engage in this nonsense."

You might remember Boo's name after he and Heard's other dog Pistol became a major national story after they were brought into the country illegally while Depp filmed Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales on the Gold Coast in 2015.

While Heard is gearing up to star in the upcoming superhero flick Aquaman her ex-husband has had a troubled few months when in June photos saw Depp looking gaunt and sickly.

Then in July, Depp was sued for allegedly punching the location manager of the film City of Lies -- his film which was then pulled from release just a month out from its September 7 date.

He will return in the follow-up to Fantastic Beasts titled The Crimes of Grindelwald hitting cinemas in November.

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