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2016-07-03 08:57
 

Los Angeles - Johnny Depp has changed his tattoo for Amber Heard from 'slim' to 'scum'. 

The 53-year-old actor had gotten the word 'Slim', a nickname for Amber, 30, inked on the knuckles of his right hand during happier times but after the actress filed for divorce in May, Johnny altered it to spell out 'scum'. 

Johnny also has a tattoo of Amber's likeness on his right bicep but appears to have covered it up with dark ink.

This isn't the first time Johnny has been left with an embarrassing tattoo following the end of a relationship. 

In 1993, after he and Winona Ryder split, he changed his 'Winona Forever' inking to 'Wino Forever'.

Meanwhile, Amber filed for divorce in May and she claimed in court that her decision was prompted by Johnny physically attacking her with an iPhone, leaving her with a bruised eye. 

In court documents, Amber alleged that, "during the entirety of our relationship, Johnny has been verbally and physically abusive to me. I endured excessive emotional, verbal and physical abuse from Johnny, which has included angry hostile, humiliating and threatening assaults to me whenever I questioned his authority or disagreed with him".

The actress was granted a temporary restraining order, which instructs Johnny to remain 100 yards away from his wife at all times. 

Johnny has denied all of Amber's allegations. 

See Johnny's tattoo cover-up here:


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