Johnny Depp is said to be in "good health" and there is no reason for fans to be concerned about him, sources close to the star say after he was pictured in Russia looking worryingly thin and pale last week.
Despite an onslaught of concern over the actor's appearance including fears that he may be 'ill', a source tells DailyMail.com that he has no health problems.
Depp himself has not commented since photographs which were taken in St. Petersburg last week emerged.
In them, he appeared smiling with two Russian fans in the lobby of the Four Seasons hotel.
They were posted innocently by the women who appear in them but quickly went viral as others picked up on his stark appearance.
Depp, 54, is not believed to be filming for any forthcoming project.
Speculation that his drastic weight loss may have been due to his participation in Fantastic Beasts 2.
The production wrapped in December but Depp had to shave his head and bleach his eyebrows to play Gellert Grindelwald.
Another suggestion was that he looked so different because he was not wearing his signature "guyliner" but in the photographs it appears as though he is just not to the same heavy-handed standard fans may be used to.
Depp is currently touring Europe with his band the Hollywood Vampires.
Afterwards, the tour will travel to Sweden, where the band will play two shows, before moving on to Denmark, Finland, Poland, Prague, and Germany before going to the UK at the end of the month.
They will play three shows there then will go back to Germany before finishing in Rome in July.
The tour began on May 17 in upstate New York.
Not long before the St. Petersburg pictures were taken last week, Depp was seen in Moscow posing happily with staff at a state museum after a low-key visit between shows.
They seemed unconcerned about his appearance and happily shared photographs of his visit online.
In videos of him performing, he appears to be in fine form.
Depp's shocking appearance comes after a month of accusations of bad behaviour including claims of sustained drug abuse and alcoholism.
In a lawsuit against the star filed last month, two former bodyguards described having to act as babysitters for him. One claimed that he had to once wipe a "substance" from the actor's face in a nightclub.
It was also claimed that he spent the day "smoking and drinking" on the set of City of Lies, formerly known as LAbyrinth, in which Depp plays a LAPD detective investigating the deaths of rappers Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur.