Coronavirus has postponed many events, but it doesn’t seem to be affecting Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s upcoming court date.

It’s possible the two may even come face to face at London’s High Court on Monday, Page Six reports. The occasion is in response to a defamation lawsuit Depp filed against Heard for $50 million. The former “Pirates of the Caribbean” star claims that Heard and British paper the Sun cost him his lead role in the franchise by painting him to be a “woman-beater.” He insists that he was actually the victim of domestic violence.

“Amber … is very eager for the UK trial to proceed. In the lead-up to trial, Mr. Depp and his team have engaged in a daily press campaign to selectively leak materials, spin them in every way possible and embarrass and harass Amber and the people around her, including potential witnesses,” Heard’s representative told Page Six in reference to a series of leaked recordings, which were made as a part of their marital therapy, taped prior to their 2017 divorce.

One of the leaked audiotapes, which was also played during their divorce trial, involves the 33-year-old actress physically harming Depp.

“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 in the recording.

Heard responded: “I did not do this thing with the door … [but] I did mean to hit you.”

During her August 2016 videotaped deposition, the star admitted to her actions. However, she alleged that she hit him with the door by accident.

“Our opponents are so lost in their lies, they can’t even get their fake sequence of events, times or dates straight,” Depp’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, told Page Six ahead of Monday’s court date.

On the other hand, Heard’s representative claims to have evidence that will hopefully shut her ex-husband’s lawsuit down.

“Ms. Heard believes that the truth coming to light through the presentation of evidence in court will finally put an end to this abusive campaign,” her representative said. “If she is required to testify in person, Ms. Heard will travel to London if she is legally permitted to do so … Otherwise, Ms. Heard will make sure that she is available to testify [via] video.”

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