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Dakota Johnson notes Johnny Depp’s finger injury in a resurfaced 2015 video

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A video showing Dakota Johnson noticing Johnny Depp’s injured finger has resurfaced following the actor’s legal battle with Amber Heard.

Depp has claimed ex-wife Amber Heard severed her finger with a vodka bottle during an argument just months after their wedding in February 2015.

A TikTok user posted a video from that year showing this Pirates of the Caribbean Actors at a press conference with Johnson.

At that time, the actors promoted their film Black mass at the 72nd Annual Venice Film Festival.

The short clip shows the fifty shades of gray Star looking down at Depp’s finger before commenting to him about it. In response, he appears to offer an explanation about the injury, to which Johnson laughs and leans back in her chair.

Soon after, Johnson appears to stop smiling and appears worried while continuing to look at Depp.

Some viewers interpreted Johnson’s body language in the video as meaning she didn’t fully believe her co-star’s explanation.

Dakota Johnson and Johnny Depp

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The Independent has reached out to a Dakota Johnson representative for comment.

Depp and Heard, whose marriage ended in 2017, are currently facing each other in court in Fairfax, Virginia.

In the ongoing lawsuit, Depp is suing Heard for $50 million for defamation. Heard is suing Depp for $100 million over Heard’s abuse allegations.

Find the latest updates on the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial here.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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