Dakota Johnson reveals TRUTH about viral video claiming she saw Johnny Depp’s severed finger
Dakota Johson has finally opened up on the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial as she talked about a viral clip that features her. During the trial, Depp had accused his ex-wife of cutting his finger during a fight, months after they married each other in February 2015. And as the case was going on in a Virginia court, a video went viral on the internet that alleged that Johson knew about Depp’s injury and she saw it during promotions of the 2015 movie ‘Black Mass’.
The YouTube video is still available with the title “The EXACT moment Dakota Johnson KNEW Amber Heard was VIOLENT towards Johnny Depp…” The same video is there on Twitter as well.
Since we're on the Australia incident, here's a video of Johnny Depp and Dakota Johnson in 2015 where he jokes about his severed middle finger and she doesn't buy it. She knew something was off. #JusticeforJohnnyDepp#JohnnyDeppDeservesJusticepic.twitter.com/4Lk3zTrLu7— 𝐀𝐲𝐞𝐬𝐡𝐚 (@srkxdepp) April 21, 2022
But in a recent interview to Vanity Fair, the 32-year-old ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ star clarified about it as she said: “I was like, ‘For the love of God, why? Why am I involved in this?’ before adding: “I don’t remember that at all, but please, take me out of this. Don’t let this go further.
“Can you imagine, oh, my God, if I was called to the witness stand? I can’t believe that people are watching [the trial] like it’s a show. It’s like it’s a courtroom drama and my heart breaks. It’s so, so, so crazy. Humans are so fucking weird. The internet is a wild, wild place,” she added.
On June 1, Depp won the case against Heard. The jury favored him majorly by giving him $10.35 million in damages while awarding just $2 million to the ‘Aquaman’ actress. After the verdict, the 59-year-old actor issued a statement that read: “Six years ago, my life, the life of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and also, the lives of the people who for many, many years have supported and believed in me were forever changed.”
He continued: “All in the blink of an eye. False, very serious and criminal allegations were levied at me via the media, which triggered an endless barrage of hateful content, although no charges were ever brought against me. It had already traveled around the world twice within a nanosecond and it had a seismic impact on my life and my career. And six years later, the jury gave me my life back. I am truly humbled,” before adding: “I hope that my quest to have the truth be told will have helped others, men or women, who have found themselves in my situation, and that those supporting them never give up.”
Meanwhile, Johnson’s latest statement has attracted a few people online with one tweeting, “I take back anything I ever said to suggest she was supportive of Johnny…” Another one said, “Correction: in reference to that video. I know she’s spoken well of him in the past but today’s article felt kind of abrupt and somewhat less supportive.” “This girl 🤦♀️ she’d rather be known for fifty shades than showing compassion for a friends injury. Sure the ‘internet is a crazy place’ consider the source,” the third one wrote.
I take back anything I ever said to suggest she was supportive of Johnny…— Abby Huntley (@AbbyHuntley1) June 28, 2022
Correction: in reference to that video. I know she’s spoken well of him in the past but today’s article felt kind of abrupt and somewhat less supportive— Abby Huntley (@AbbyHuntley1) June 28, 2022
This girl 🤦♀️ she’d rather be known for fifty shades than showing compassion for a friends injury. Sure the “internet is a crazy place” consider the source. https://t.co/lbvlzQRdmJ— Lau ~ ❤️ of 🐉🔥 (@Schinaia12) June 29, 2022