The Pirates of the Caribbean star's reps previously released a statement slamming the Aquaman actress for "giving the performance of her life" when she took the stand for the second day in a row as the shocking defamation case rages on.
"As Mr. Depp’s counsel correctly predicted in their opening statements last month, Ms. Heard did indeed deliver ‘the performance of her life’ in her direct examination," a spokesperson for Depp said in a statement obtained by Radar. "While Ms. Heard’s stories have continued to grow new and convenient details, Mr. Depp's recollections have remained exactly the same throughout the six painful years since her first allegations were made."
The rep went on to claim that Depp's truth is "the truth" and that his story hasn't changed "no matter the environment in which it has been presented."
Heard's team immediately shot back, "If Mr. Depp was truly innocent, why has he repeatedly apologized to Ms. Heard and promised to put the ‘monster away for good’?"
"One of Ms. Heard’s disappointments is Mr. Depp’s inability to distinguish fact from fiction — a malady which appears to have spread to his legal team," the scathing statement continued. "That same team is so panicked, they are fighting tooth and nail to prevent compelling evidence and photos from being introduced."
Heard's rep also criticized the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them actor for not having the "courage" to pay attention to her testimony or even look her in the eye, instead choosing to "doodle" and "snicker" throughout the court proceedings.
"Mr. Depp’s behavior in this trial has been as pitiful as it was in their marriage," the rep added. "Apparently, they feel they must double down on their demonstrably losing two-part strategy: distract the jury and demonize the victim."
As OK! previously reported, Depp filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife for $50 million over an op-ed she penned for The Washington Post claiming to be a victim of domestic violence, which he alleges destroyed his reputation. The All the Boys Love Mandy Lane actress countersued him for $100 million on the grounds that she never directly referred to him in the article.
The trial is currently on a short break and is scheduled to resume proceedings on Monday, May 16.