Johnny Depp has filed new legal documents with what he says is new evidence he never assaulted his ex-wife Amber Heard, as TMZ has revealed.

The actor has filed the new documents in the UK, as he's suing newspaper The Sun for defamation for calling him a "wife-beater" in an article. Heard claimed that Depp threw a phone at her face before repeatedly hitting her in an alleged May 21, 2016 incident. Photos of her injuries were later shared online.

TMZ reports that evidence includes new witness statements that say numerous unnamed parties saw the actress in their apartment building on May 21 with no marks. However, another witness says she didn't see these marks on her face until almost a week after the alleged incident.

When the photo of Amber Heard's injuries were revealed, she also had photos of broken glass in the apartment. She said that Depp threw glass around, but one of the witnesses in his new documents stated there wasn't any smashed glass in the apartment when they were there. He also alleges that security camera footage taken four days after the alleged incident  show's Heard's face without any injuries. 

"They must have made a positive decision to present a totally one-sided picture, leaving out my side of the story and pretending it either did not exist or was not worth considering," Depp said of British tabloid The Sun. The documents also cite two depositions from two cops who visited the apartment on May 21. Last year, the actor was sued for allegedly attacking a crew member on the set of City of Lies.