• Videos of Dakota Johnson looking at Johnny Depp's injured finger have resurfaced online
  • The two stars were promoting their film "Black Mass" at the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival in 2015
  • Johnson appeared to ask Depp about his injured finger in one clip

A video of Dakota Johnson seemingly noticing Johnny Depp's injured finger in 2015 has resurfaced online and gone viral on social media amid the actor's ongoing defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard.

In the clip shared earlier this month by a TikTok user, Johnson can be seen looking down at Depp's finger as the two stars promoted their film "Black Mass" at the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival.

The video, to which the user added J. Cole's song "She Knows," showed Depp speaking to the crowd as Johnson tries to get a good look at his finger, which the actor seems to be keeping out of her view.

One TikTok user commented that Johnson's expression appeared to change as she got a clearer view of Depp's finger. Another user wrote that Johnson was "so attentive."

"You can pinpoint the exact moment it registers in her head," a third person commented on the video, while another wrote, "Dakota was close to Depp... so she knows if Depp [is acting] different."

"She watched his shaky hand. Also, when she asked what happened to his finger... gosh, I could cry," another commented.

Another clip from the same event that was posted on TikTok showed Johnson appearing to ask Depp about his injured finger. The actor seemed to offer some sort of funny explanation as she then laughed and sat back in her chair.

TikTok users commented that Johnson seemed "worried" when she later looked at Depp and that the actor's hand with the injured finger appeared to be shaking when he raised it at one point in the clip.

"She looks at him like she knows something is wrong," one person wrote. "Damn. Now, this is a video that needs to be shown in court, I swear. Because, yeah, she definitely knows something happened and is wrong," another user commented.

Depp's severed finger was brought up in the trial of his $50 million defamation case against Heard. He is suing his ex-wife over a 2018 Washington Post op-ed, in which Heard wrote about surviving domestic abuse and sexual violence.

On the second day of his testimony, Depp described the alleged March 2015 argument between him and his ex-wife that led to his right middle finger being cut off. He claimed that Heard hurled two bottles of vodka at him during an argument with the actress over a prenuptial agreement while he was in Australia to film "Pirates of the Caribbean 5."

"My hand is on the edge of the bar, and she threw the large bottle and it made contact and shattered everywhere," Depp was quoted by Entertainment Weekly as saying.

"I didn't feel the pain at first — what I felt was heat and something dripping down my hand," he said as he described his injury. "I don't know what a nervous breakdown feels like, but that's the closest I've ever [felt to one]. I knew in my mind and my heart that this is not life. No one should have to go through this."

Heard has denied the claim that she caused the injury, alleging that Depp cut himself during a three-day drug-fueled bender.

During cross-examination, Heard's legal team showed a text Depp sent to his personal doctor that read, "I have chopped off my left middle finger to remind myself never to lose my right one again," Insider reported.

When asked about the text, the actor said it was a joke and not a confession that he cut his own finger. "When you say 'I got my finger cut off,' it doesn't necessarily mean you've done it yourself," he argued.

Depp, who is part of the band Hollywood Vampires, argued that it was unthinkable for him to injure his own fingers because being a guitar player was "the only thing that was really good in my life, aside from my children."

"There's no way I would cut my own finger off to ruin this beautiful opportunity to start playing guitar," he added.

Heard has yet to take the stand in the trial, which is currently being heard at Fairfax, Virginia. She has filed a countersuit against Depp seeking $100 million in damages, alleging that his legal team falsely accused her of fabricating allegations against the actor.

Dakota Johnson and Johnny Depp
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - NOVEMBER 01: Actress Dakota Johnson (L) and actor Johnny Depp speak onstage during the 19th Annual Hollywood Film Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 1, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. Lester Cohen/WireImage