It appears that the 33-year-old model hit on the "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" star first as German press reports that "Sophie left her phone number on a piece of paper and slid it between the strings of his guitar", after which the couple "spoke on the phone a lot".
Depp, 57, is awaiting the High Court's judgment in a libel action against The Sun newspaper for an article which labelled him 'a wife beater'.
Sir Mark told The Times that the accusations made by Amber Heard against Depp were not consistent with the Pirates of the Caribbean star's 'character'. Sophie chooses to keep her love life off-screen.More news: Liverpool target Thiago: I have never said I'm leaving Bayern
Johnny's rumored fresh flame comes after reports claim that actor Depp is now bogged down in a legal battle with his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Heard further claims that Johnny Depp has called her "the most horrendous of names" like "whore", "disgusting pig" and "inhuman scum filled suckfish".
Meanwhile, a verdict on Depp's libel suit against Rupert Murdoch's United Kingdom tabloid The Sun is expected this week.
In the blonde beauty's witness statement, she described her visit Australia in 2015 as a "three-day hostage situation". But if Johnny wins his case against The Sun, then that's it.More news: Ontario sees uptick in fresh COVID-19 infections after more now
She stands by her previous claim of having been a victim of "rampant physical abuse".
Amber's lawsuit was filed back in August, but the news of this just made its way to papers recently.
According to reports, the "Pineapple Express" actress' lawsuit will be even tricky than Johnny's lawyers have filed, as Amber is said to be seeking $100 million in damages. That case hinges on defamation and is anticipated to maneuver ahead in Virginia, the place Amber Heard additionally filed her countersuit.
On his finish, Johnny Depp has additionally accused Amber Heard of smearing his identify when she penned an op ed in The Washington Submit not outing him particularly as an abuser, however that he believes made it fairly clear she was alleging he was an abuser.More news: US Open: Serena beats former champion Stephens