Johnny Depp's defeat in the High Court today brings an end to one of the most extraordinary celebrity marriage rows to have ever aired in full public view.
For two weeks over the summer legions of fans around the world watched stunned as explosive revelations from the actor's turbulent relationship with Amber Heard made waves.
Armed with the most lurid details of their messy marriage and subsequent divorce, lawyers representing Depp and The Sun newspaper dropped daily bombshells in an attempt to negatively portray the other side.
One of the most jaw-dropping claims resulted in the now notorious 'poo-gate' in which Depp, 57, alleged that Heard, 34, had defecated in their marital bed - which the actress blamed on their dogs.
And Heard, who was The Sun's star witness against Depp's accusations he had unfairly been branded a 'wife-beater', told the court he had once flew into a violent rage and hit her so hard that blood splattered on the wall.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star was this morning handed defeat in London, but the no-holds-barred nature of the case will leave many wondering if there were any winners.
Here, MailOnline recounts the most shocking claims.
For two weeks last summer legions of fans around the world watched stunned as explosive revelations from the actor's turbulent relationship with Amber Heard made waves (pictured in July when the trial ended)
THE DEFECATION INCIDENT
This came to be known as 'poo-gate,' and took place in Los Angeles in April 2016 during Heard's 30th birthday party.
Depp told the court that he arrived two hours late, after receiving some bad news about his financial losses and that a row broke out between him and Heard.
She told that court that her ex-husband threw a magnum champagne bottle at her and shoved her to the floor several times before leaving a note reading 'Happy F***ing Birthday'.
The next day, Depp alleged that he had been informed that Heard had defecated in their marital bed and told the building manager that it was 'just a harmless prank.
He admitted in court that at first, he laughed about the incident, referring to his ex-wife as 'Amber Turd,' but it was around this point that he decided to divorce her and moved out of their penthouse.
Heard blamed their small dog Boo for the faeces and told the court that she would never do something so 'absolutely disgusting.'
She claimed the dog had a problem with messing itself 'since the weed'- claiming Boo ate a bag of Depp's cannabis as a puppy.
One of the most jaw-dropping claims resulted in the now notorious 'poo-gate' in which Depp, 57, alleged that Heard, 34, had defecated in their marital bed - which the actress blamed on their dogs
THE PHONE THROWING INCIDENT
A month later in May 2016 Depp told the court that he returned to the penthouse to collect his belongings with his private security guards Jerry Judge and Sean Betts.
Heard said Depp became 'very angry', throwing her phone at her and hitting her in the eye before smashing 'everything he could' with a magnum of champagne after they started rowing over the defecation incident.
Depp claimed his two security guards entered the room when they heard Heard shouting, and saw her 'repeatedly screaming, 'stop hitting me, Johnny' while he was 20 feet away in the kitchen.
He also says that two police officers who attended the apartment after the incident 'saw no injuries or bruising or swelling'.
Both officers also gave evidence via video link and claimed that they did not see Heard with any injuries.
During the trial Heard showed bruises she claimed were inflicted by Depp as he allegedly smashed her iPhone in her face at her LA home in May 2016, a month after Heard allegedly 'defecated' in their marital bed on her 30th birthday
Depp was accused of repeatedly assaulting Heard after an argument over his alleged use of MDMA during a three-day trip to Australia, while he was filming Pirates of the Caribbean.
She told the court that he stayed up all night, taking pills and drinking, and then attacked her again the next morning.
The following night, he pushed her into a table tennis table, tore off her nightgown and attacked her, before smashing a telephone into a wall and severing the top of his middle finger.
The court was shown photographs of a mansion they were staying in, which Heard claimed Depp daubed with graffiti using his blood and smashed up parts of it up.
She claims he wrote messages to her around the house in a mixture of paint and blood from his finger – which Mr Depp admitted doing while 'in shock' – as well as having 'urinated all over the house in an attempt to write messages.'
Depp claimed that it was Heard who was violent, throwing a bottle at him which severed the top of his finer and stubbing a cigarette out on his cheek, resulting in him being taken to hospital.
Depp severed the top of his finger (pictured) when he smashed a vodka bottle during a row with Heard over his drug-taking while he was in Australia in March 2015 filming Pirates of the Caribbean
After slicing off the top of his finger, Depp went to the bathroom at the mansion in Melbourne they were renting - and wrote I love you in his blood on the mirror. He also daubed other graffiti on the mirror during his drug-fuelled rage
THE LATE LATE SHOW
The High Court was also played excerpts of Heard's appearance on The Late, Late Show with James Corden in December 2015.
Twenty-four hours before it she claimed that Depp slapped her, dragged her by the hair through their apartment - pulling clumps of her hair out - and then repeatedly punched her in the head, leaving her with 'tons of injuries' including bruised ribs and arms, bruises all over her body, two black eyes, a broken nose and a broken lip.
When asked by Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws QC why none of the injuries to her face were visible when she appeared on live television, Heard replied that she had covered them up with makeup.
Depp pictured on the night before Heard's appearance on James Corden's Late Late Show, which was referred to as an exhibit
Heard's team showed the court photos of a separate incident showing bruising to her face after Depp allegedly headbutted her. The trial heard evidence about 14 altercations from their time together. The court believed Heard that he did hit her
The High Court was also played excerpts of Heard's appearance on The Late, Late Show with James Corden in December 2015
THE PLANE INCIDENT
Depp and Heard took a private plane from Boston to LA. She claimed that during that time he was drinking heavily, threw objects at her, pushed a chair at her, slapped her and kicked her in the back before passing out in the toilet.
Depp says Heard 'began to harangue him' as he was sketching in a notebook, he then tried to 'playfully tap her on the bottom with his foot', at which Miss Heard took 'great offence' and continued to verbally berate him.
The court was also played an audio recording taken during the incident. During the 18-second clip a woman's voice can be heard saying 'keep an eye on him,' while what sounds like a man makes long, low moans.
While giving evidence, Depp did not confirm that it was him but admitted that he could not remember anybody else making that noise on the plane.
He described the noise as sounding 'like an animal in pain,' to which Sasha Wass QC, the Sun's lawyer responded: 'I think you are that animal.'
'DISCO BLOOD BATH' INCIDENT
The court was also shown photographs of Heard's trashed LA home taken in March 2013. She claimed that the actor became angry and jealous when she had hung a painting, by her ex-partner Tasya Van Ree, by her bed.
Depp was also accused of trying to set it on fire and hitting Heard so hard that blood from her lip ended up on the wall.
Depp maintained that he simply asked Heard to move the painting from the bedroom 'as a courtesy' and that she had an 'extreme reaction'.
He also says a text he sent later, describing the evening as a 'disco bloodbath', was designed to placate Heard and not an apology for alleged violence.
AUSTRALIA DOG SMUGGLING INCIDENT
Amber Heard's pet teacup Yorkshire Terriers Pistol and Boo
Heard was accused of forcing two of Depp's staff to lie about their two dogs being taken to Australia in April 2015, despite them repeatedly telling her that it was not legal for them to be taken.
Kevin Murphy, who worked for the Pirates of the Caribbean star for almost eight years, alleged that Heard had 'demanded' he make a false statement about the animals being 'smuggled' into the country.
He also alleged in a statement that she had asked him to contact her former assistant Kate James and ask her to lie under oath to an Australian court.
In October 2015 Heard faced criminal proceedings in Australia for taking the couple's two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, into the country illegally.
She and Depp recorded a now-famous video in 2016 apologising for doing so.
Murphy claim that he was put 'under pressure' by Heard for making a false statement, which he later retracted once she and Depp split.
A PINT OF WHISKY AND FOUR LINES FOR LUNCH
The High Court was shown photographs Johnny Depp's drink and drug-filled lifestyle, including an image taken by Heard that shows a pint of whisky, four lines of cocaine and his skull and crossbones 'pill box' ready for consumption at 1.37pm.
Heard took the photo at her LA home in 2013 before the couple had another blazing row about his drug and alcohol use - on the afternoon when he was supposed to be filming a documentary on Rolling Stone Keith Richards.
One photograph shows a glass table littered with mountains of alcohol and drugs, with four lines of cocaine cut for use next to his driving licence and a tube.
A skull and crossbones 'pill box' with 'Property of JD' written across the top, which Depp said 'probably' contained drugs at the time the photograph was taken, is to one side.
Amber Heard took this photo, claiming it to be Johnny Depp's pint of whisky, four lines of cocaine and his skull and crossbones 'pill box' ready for consumption at 1.37pm. She took the picture before the couple had a blazing row at their LA home in 2013
'WINO FOREVER' TATTOO INCIDENT
Heard alleged that Depp slapped her in 2013 after she laughed at a tattoo which read 'Wino forever'.
Depp originally got the tattoo reading 'Winona Forever' in tribute to his then girlfriend Winona Ryder, and changed it after they broke up in 1993.
Depp was asked in court if he had taken cocaine at the time of the alleged slapping in March 2013. Depp said it was 'difficult to recollect' but it was 'possible'.
The Sun's barrister asked Depp about a tattoo he had done on his arm during his relationship with actress Winona Ryder, which read 'Winona Forever' and which he had changed to 'Wino Forever' after they split.
Heard alleged that Depp slapped her in 2013 after she laughed at a tattoo which read 'Wino forever'