The legal battle between Pirates of the Caribbean franchise actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard is hot. Depp is known to have sued Heard for defamation related to an article he wrote in 2018 in the Washington Post.
One by one the facts began to emerge and surfaced, which had not been known to the public. On the second day of his testimony, the “Edwards Scissorhands” star explained an alleged argument between himself and his ex-wife which resulted in the cutting-off of his finger.
“I don’t know what a nervous breakdown feels like,” – “But it’s probably the closest I’ve ever had.”
Heard allegedly threw two bottles of vodka at him, then revealed how he used the blood on his finger to scribble in the mirror. Heard has vehemently denied claims he caused the injury. He says Depp hurt himself.
The condition of Depp’s finger which is no longer normal seems to have caught the attention of fellow Hollywood actress Dakota Johnson. This is known from a viral upload on a TikTok video that dates back to 2015.
A TikTok user posted a short video earlier this month showing Johnson staring at Depp’s finger as they promote their film “Black Mass” at the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival. He seems to be asking about it, and when Depp offers some kind of funny explanation, Johnson laughs and sits back in his chair.
However, some viewers have noticed that the “Fifty Shades of Grey” actress looked dubious about what Depp was saying, as she stared at the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star and fingered after his comments.
In the video, it appears that Johnson has an indication that Depp is not telling the truth about his finger. During this interaction “Black Mass” director Scott Cooper can be heard chatting about Depp’s character. Broadly speaking, he praised Depp who he thought was such a good person that it was almost hard to believe he could transform into a ruthless character in the film.
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