Johnny Depp returns to court after being charged with assault 

A location manager just sued him for allegedly hitting during the filming of a movie.

Following his ex-wife Amber Heard's extremely public trial, which drew record audiences, Johnny Depp now faces yet another legal fight, this time in Los Angeles, where he is scheduled to testify after Gregg 'Rocky' Brooks will sue him civilly for punching him on the set of City of Lies.

The verdict of the court supported the Pirates of the Caribbean star, according to the New York Post.

After more than four days of testimony, Depp will testify in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 25th.

His defense will be at his side, led by Benjamin Chew and Camille Vasquez.

Gregg 'Rocky' Brooks, the location manager for the police thriller based on the investigation into the murders of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., claimed in 2018 that Depp punched him twice in the rib cage.

The events, according to his version, took place on April 13, 2017.

Brooks claims that things got heated after he told actor-director Brad Furman that a scene wasn't working, so he went looking for a cop after Furman yelled at him that if he did, he'd give him $100,000.

Brooks' lawyer, Pat Harris, recently told The Sun that while he respected the decision in Fairfax, the process in this case is different, and the outcome there will be irrelevant.