Johnny Depp urges fans to "be cautious" as his team works to "combat" fake social media accounts.

"I beg that you remain wary as it appears these false accounts can be relentless," Johnny Depp just said in an Instagram "PSA." Johnny Depp is advising his fans to "remain cautious" about "fake" social-media profiles run by individuals "pretending to be me or others working with me."

In a recent Instagram Story, which has been posted to his profile as a "PSA," the actor, 59, cautioned fans, "I do not have any private or side profiles on any platforms."

"I recommend that you be cautious because it appears that these bogus accounts might be persistent.

My team is working to solve the problem. Thank you for your ongoing support and for bringing this to my attention!" Depp continued, signing the note, "Love & respect, JD X."

His letter to fans comes only two weeks after he won all three defamation charges in his case against ex-wife Amber Heard over her 2018 op-ed about coming forward as a survivor of domestic abuse.

The jury awarded Depp $15 million in damages, but Heard, 36, will only have to pay $10.35 million due to a Virginia rule that caps punitive penalties 

In addition, Heard was given $2 million in damages for her counterclaims against Depp.