Following the announcement of his split from Amber Heard last week, Hollywood superstar, Johnny Depp, has faced serious press scrutiny, and it doesn't look like things are about to get better any time soon.
In addition to being accused of domestic abuse, the actor has now learned that his latest Tinseltown offering has officially tanked at the box office.
With Alice Through the Looking Glass expected to take in a whopping $70 million in its opening weekend, the news that it fell massively short of that figure is not going to sit well with moviemakers.
Pulling in just $28 million in its first weekend, the Alice in Wonderland sequel failed to set the box office alight, with the press suggesting that his recent headlines may have been a contributing factor.
According to Deadline, however, industry analysts have contradicted that point, insisting that earlier reviews are likely to have swayed the public's opinion.
The news comes after Johnny's former partner and teenage daughter have defended him against allegation of domestic abuse, with Vanessa Pardis writing: "He is a sensitive, loving and loved person, and I believe with all my heart that these recent allegations being made are outrageous."
"In all these years I have known Johnny he has never been physically abusive with me and this looks nothing like the man I lived with for 14 wonderful years," she insisted.
Johnny and Amber have been married for 15 months.