JOHNNY Depp has been spotted in Glasgow after winning his defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard.

The 58-year-old is currently staying in the city to perform alongside musician Jeff Beck at his Royal Concert Hall gig tonight.

Videos circulating on Twitter show Depp leaving the Dakota hotel flanked by security guards as he made his way into a nearby car earlier today.

Not far from the Dakota, fans lined the streets outside of the Royal Concert Hall hoping to see the actor in person before he takes to the stage there tonight.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star has already played in a number of shows across the country with Jeff Beck this week and was also spotted grabbing a drink with indie star Sam Fender.

Earlier this week, the actor won a multimillion-dollar US lawsuit against former wife Amber Heard.

Depp sued the Aquaman star for 50 million dollars over a 2018 Washington Post article titled: “I spoke up against sexual violence — and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change.”

After a six-week trial and 13 hours of deliberation, jurors returned a verdict in favour of Depp on Wednesday.

Heard will “absolutely” be appealing the decision in the US defamation case brought against her by Depp, her lawyer has said on Thursday.

Elaine Bredehoft says the Aquaman star has “excellent grounds” for the appeal as there was “so much” evidence that was not included during the trial.

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Speaking on US news programme Today, Bredehoft was asked whether the actress would be appealing the verdict.

“Absolutely, and she has some excellent grounds for it,” she said.

“We even tried to get the UK judgement in to dismiss his case because he already had his shot and that was one of the issues.

“But also a number of evidentiary issues, there was so much evidence that did not go in.”

Depp had previously lost a similar trial in the UK which he brought against the publisher of The Sun newspaper after an article, also written in 2018, which referred to him as a “wife-beater”.