Johnny Depp has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from his estranged wife Amber Heard.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carl H. Moor made the ruling on Friday and cautioned Johnny, 52, not to try to contact the actress after Amber, 30, alleged that she had been the victim of physical assault by her husband.

TMZ reports that Amber told the judge that she filed for divorce on Monday because Johnny hit her with an iPhone two days before, leaving her with a bruised eye, which she showed a picture of in court.

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Heard said in a sworn declaration that Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye. She also wrote that the actor pulled her hair, screamed at her and repeatedly hit her and violently grabbed her face.

She said the actor was high and drunk when the incident occurred.

"I live in fear that Johnny will return to (our house) unannounced to terrorize me, physically and emotionally," Heard wrote in a sworn declaration.

Moor rejected Heard's request that Depp attend a year's worth of anger management classes and the protective order extend to their dogs.

Amber Heard leaves court after giving a sworn declaration that her husband Johnny Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye. Photo / AP
Amber Heard leaves court after giving a sworn declaration that her husband Johnny Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye. Photo / AP
Amber Heard leaves court after giving a sworn declaration that her husband Johnny Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye. Photo / AP
Amber Heard leaves court after giving a sworn declaration that her husband Johnny Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye. Photo / AP

Heard's filing states the May fight was preceded by an incident in April in which the actor skipped her birthday party and showed up later high and drunk and pushed her to the floor. After that incident, Heard wrote she did not see the actor for another month.

The filing came five days after Heard filed for divorce.

She is said to have claimed that Johnny also offered her money to keep quiet about the injury and included pictures in her statement that were taken at other times she alleges he assaulted her.

Depp is currently in Europe and his lawyer, Laura Wasser, who represented him in court on Friday, has yet to comment on Heard's allegations or the judge's ruling.

Wasser wrote in a court filing that as Depp was out of the country that he would agree to a mutual stay-away order. She contended that Heard's filing, along with requests for financial assistance from the actor "appears to be in response to the negative media attention she received earlier this week after filing for divorce."

Heard's divorce filing cited irreconcilable differences and saying the pair separated the day before. She is seeking spousal support from the Pirates of the Caribbean star - who is estimated to be worth around $400 million - but Depp's response filed Wednesday asked a judge to deny the request.

The pair are not thought to have put a pre-nuptial agreement in place before they wed in February 2015 in Los Angeles, followed by another ceremony in the Bahamas.

The former couple met on the set of 2011 film The Rum Diary.

Johnny previously divorced his first wife, make-up artist Lori Anne Allison, in 1985 after just two years of marriage and he split from French actress partner Vanessa Paradis - who he has daughter Lily-Rose, 16, and 13-year-old son Jack with - in 2012 after 14 years together.

Amber was in a three-year relationship with girlfriend Tasya van Ree until 2011.

- AP, Bang! Showbiz