• Amber Heard reportedly smashed a door into Johnny Depp's head during one of their fights 
  • A new audio recording featuring the former couple's feud has been released 
  • Johnny Depp is still fighting against Amber Heard and her previous claim that he physically abused her 

Amber Heard recently admitted to smashing a door into Johnny Depp’s head and then clocking the actor in the jaw.

The “Aquaman” star’s shocking admission could be heard in the leaked audio recording obtained by Daily Mail. The tape features the voices of Heard and Depp amid another heated argument.

“I then stood up, I don’t even know if I said, I mean, I might’ve said like, what the [expletive], you know, whatever. Caused I’d just been hit in the head with a [expletive] corner of the door. And then I stood up and then you [expletive] clock me,” Depp said.

Heard didn’t protest Depp’s complaints and she even apologized for what she did.

“I just reacted and I am sorry. It’s below me,” she said.

According to Daily Mail, the audio recording was never aired publicly, but it was played while Heard was giving a deposition in her and Depp’s divorce case. Heard said that the taped feud misrepresents what actually happened.

“I mean, he was just very dramatic about everything,” Heard said.

However, Depp’s lawyers stressed that the newly-released recording is just one of the several taped confessions that prove it was the actress who domestically abused her ex-husband and not the other way around.

In January, the publication also released an audiotape where Heard admitted to hitting Depp and then pelting him with pots, pans, and vases.

Meanwhile, the coming weeks are expected to be trying for Depp. On March 23, he will take on the News Group Newspapers in London after The Sun described him as a wife-beater in 2018. The news reportedly damaged Depp’s standing as a globally famed movie star.

Later this year, Depp will deal with the $50 million lawsuit he filed against a Washington Post op-ed piece in which his ex-wife detailed her experiences with domestic violence. Even though Heard did not directly mention Depp’s name, the article led to the actor’s firing from his role as Captain Jack Sparrow.

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp attend The Art of Elysium HEAVEN Gala in Culver City, California, Jan. 9, 2016. Getty Images