Johnny Depp Asks Court to Reject Amber Heard's Claim for Spousal Support

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp 27th Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala - H 2016
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The pair didn't have a prenuptial agreement.

Johnny Depp has asked a court to determine that he should not pay spousal support to his estranged wife Amber Heard, who filed for divorce after 15 months of marriage.

Court records show Depp filed the response Wednesday to Heard's divorce petition.

His response also requests that the actress pay her own attorney fees. It does not list a date of separation.

Heard filed for divorce on Monday and stated the couple separated the day before. Both actors cited irreconcilable differences for the breakup. 

They have no children together, and the divorce filings do not indicate they have a prenuptial agreement. Depp has two children from a previous relationship with model-actress Vanessa Paradis.

Depp and Heard tied the knot at their Los Angeles home in February 2015 after getting engaged in 2012. They first met on the set of 2011's The Rum Diary.

Depp's latest film, Alice Through the Looking Glass, opens this weekend.