Loss and accusations mark turbulent few days for Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp seemed the picture of rock star cool as he played guitar on stage in Portugal with his band, the Hollywood Vampires.
An ocean away, he is facing serious accusations.
A judge on Friday ordered Depp to stay away from his estranged wife, Amber Heard, after she accused the Oscar-nominated actor of repeatedly hitting her during a recent fight and leaving her face bruised.
Depp's publicist has not responded to a request for comment, and the Pirates Of The Caribbean star made no mention of the allegations during his Friday night concert in Lisbon.
The restraining order was issued on the day Depp's latest film, Alice Through the Looking Glass, opened in cinemas, and caps a turbulent week for him.
His mother died on May 20 and Heard filed for divorce on Monday. On Friday, she appeared in court with a bruise on her right cheek below the eye, saying Depp threw her mobile phone at her during a fight.
Heard alleges a history of abuse throughout her relationship with Depp, which started after they met on the set of the 2011 film The Rum Diary. A judge ordered Depp to stay away from Heard and not to attempt contact with her before a June 17 hearing.
Los Angeles Police responded to a domestic violence call at the couple's home on May 21, but the person who made the call declined to file charges and officers determined no crime occurred.
Los Angeles Superior Court judge Carl Moor rejected Heard's request that Depp attend a year's worth of anger management classes, and that the protective order extend to her dog, a Yorkshire terrier named Pistol.
The status of the couple's other dog, Boo, was not known.
The dogs received worldwide publicity last year when Heard took them in to Australia without proper documentation. Heard and Depp released an awkward video last month apologising for the action.
Depp's attorney, Laura Wasser, declined to comment. Wasser wrote in a court filing that Depp was out of the country and would agree to a mutual stay-away order. Heard is seeking spousal support but Depp's response filed Wednesday asked a judge to deny the request.
Depp has been working steadily for the past few years, but his work has not always connected with the public. His eccentric heist comedy Mortdecai was a flop, but he rebounded by playing Whitey Bulger in the hit mobster film Black Mass.
Depp has also filmed Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - the fifth instalment of the long-running franchise - and even played Donald Trump in a satirical comedy for the website Funny Or Die.
Last year, he and the Hollywood Vampires - Alice Cooper and Joe Perry - released their self-titled album.
His new Tim Burton-directed film, Alice Through The Looking Glass, a sequel to 2010's Alice In Wonderland, has been critically panned.