As actress Amber Heard took to the witness stand for the second time, many were puzzled about her body language including one expert on the subject.
According to the expert, Heard’s body language failed to align with what she was trying to say, with the expert calling the actress out for the mismatch that was very obvious.
The 36-year-old has accused Johnny Depp of a number of things including how he brutally abused her during their marriage and took advantage of her while he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
From slapping and kicking to forcing her to give him pleasure in the most brutal manner, the actress has aired the couple’s dirty laundry in the public eye several times and this one was no exception.
Amber Heard continues to refer to herself as one victim of domestic abuse and although she may have won a case in the UK for the same theme, many fans and critics are not buying her stories this time, especially after what body language experts have to say.
“I was hit several times while he searched my body cavities for cocaine. He ripped off my clothes”- she stated with giant tears rolling down her face. Soon after that, Heard mentioned how Depp was transformed into a monster due to his abuse of drugs and alcohol, adding how painful it is for her to relive those same moments again in front of the public eye.
The expert revealed how Heard’s moves are very calculated.She first began by smiling at the jury to humanize herself while establishing a bond with them.
And then when it was time to let the graphic scenes out, she tried her best to cry, although tears failed to come out on several occasions.And while she even scrunched her nose, there was no evidence that she was actually crying.
“Her hand gestures didn’t align with those words at all. There was something majorly wrong”- the expert revealed. “There were times where she glanced at Depp but he escaped her gaze”- the expert mentioned.
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