Johnny Depp and ex Amber Heard, 30, finally settled their longstanding divorce on Friday.

But it seems the actor is about to step right back into the courtroom, as he apparently filed a $25 million lawsuit against his business managers on the same day.

The 52-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean actor alleges that The Management Group has cost him significantly throughout his Hollywood career, during which he's amassed approximately $650 million.

Depp's lawsuit accuses the company and its owners, attorneys Joel and Robert Mandel, of receiving $28 million in payments for their services over the roughly 16 years they managed his finances.

The company 'actively concealed the true state of Mr. Depp's finances while driving him deeper and deeper into financial distress,' the lawsuit states.

Depp hired the Mandels in 1999 and their compensation was not subject to a written contract, his lawsuit states. It states they received 5 percent of his income on hit films such as the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise and other major releases, including 'Alice in Wonderland' and the 2005 film 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.'

The suit alleges that the company failed to file Depp's tax returns on time, costing him nearly $5.7 million in penalties. The lawsuit also alleges the company overpaid for several services, including forgetting to terminate the lease on a home where Depp's mother lived temporarily, and spending $8 million on security between 2012 and 2015 alone.

The Mandel brothers have an extensive background in law, Robert Mandel was a tax lawyer and his brother Joel was a transaction lawyer before founding The Management Group.  

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