A video dated 2015 seems to show that Dakota Johnson could have been aware of the violence inflicted on Johnny Depp by Amber Heard. Embarrassed, the actress reacted.
The internet never forgets. And Dakota Johnson paid the price. A video dating from 2015, released at the end of last year, implicates the young actress. Sharing a press conference with Johnny Depp at the Venice Film Festival to promote the film Black Mass, Dakota Johnson can be seen staring at Johnny Depp’s finger injury when he puts his hand on the table. If the video is silent, we guess that the actress of Fifty Shades of Gray begins to question him, as their director Scott Cooper speaks. The actor of Pirates of the Caribbean looks good and seems to answer in a light tone. But the injury in question could well be the one that his ex-wife Amber Heard inflicted on him by cutting off a piece of his finger using a glass bottle a few months ago.
This video has reached 3 billion cumulative views on social networks. She links Dakota Johnson despite herself to the ultra-publicized trial between the ex-spouses, which was held for several weeks in court in Fairfax, Virginia. Indeed, the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, suspected of being aware of the violence of Amber Heard towards Johnny Depp, could have been called to testify there.
“Please get me out of here”
Uncomfortable, the actress confided in the pages of Vanity Fair last week, almost a month after the end of the trial, to evoke his embarrassment: “I said to myself: ‘For the love of God, why? Why am I involved in all this? I don’t remember at all, but please get me out of here. Don’t let it go any further. Can you imagine, oh my God, if I was called to the witness stand? She added, “I can’t believe people are watching this like it’s a show. It’s so, so, so crazy. Humans are so weird. The Internet is a wild place,” she concluded, questioning the extreme attention the case has received.
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The trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lasted nearly two months, ending on June 1, 2022. It resulted in a verdict in Depp’s favour, with the jury finding Heard guilty of defamation, and ordered to pay her ex -husband $15 million in punitive and compensatory damages. Amber Heard has since requested that the verdict be overturned.