Five months after accusing former husband Johnny Depp of being abusive, Justice League star Amber Heard has reportedly moved on to a new love interest. The actress was seen hanging out with a mystery man in Beverly Hills on Monday.

After a dramatic divorce battle with Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp that started five months ago, Amber Heard seems to stay away from the drama for a while. She was photographed with a man, who, some reports claimed a lookalike of Depp, as they grab lunch together in California.

According to a report from Mirror UK, the mystery man was a tall, dark, male that had quite a resemblance to her ex-husband, Depp. The two were reportedly seen walking side by side when they were hanging out.  There was a point when the actress even affectionately placed her hand on his shoulder in the middle of a conversation, according to the source.

The 30-year old actress and the mystery man she was with, ate at Cafe Roma in Beverly Hills before she headed back to her Peninsula hotel.  

According to Daily Mail, the actress appeared happier and more care-free on Monday, compared to her condition during the divorce battle. It was remembered that earlier this year, she agreed to put her failed marriage behind her after agreeing to a $7 million dollar divorce settlement, which she reportedly donated to charity.

The former Hollywood A-list couple started dating in 2012 after meeting in the set of the Rum Diaries in 2011. They got married in 2015. However, 15 months after their wedding, the actress filed a restraining order and divorce and accused the actor of verbal and physical abuse. But some reports have been claiming that Heard's motives for the case were based on financial motivations. 

A source mentioned that the actress seems to be eager to move on with her life as she has been seen partying and hanging out with friends including Cara Delevingne, and has been focusing on her work lately.

As of the moment, the actress is busy filming her new movie Justice League, in which she stars as Mera. The DC film is due for release in November 2017.