For days the headline of the pink media is the lawsuit between Johnny Depp, who are also being widely commented on the network. People quickly posted on social media that her tears were fake and that she used quotes from movies in her testimony. Moreover, Janine Driver, a body language expert, says that the actress’s body language has revealed that she is behaving as if she wants to deceive everyone.
She analyzed the actress’ behavior at the beginning of her testimony, saying that Heard bit her lip, which according to her is an indication that the person is anxious and under stress. “It’s like when we were little, we sucked our thumb. “It’s a gesture of comfort,” Driver explained.
The expert, who has been helping the police identify the liars for years, added that the actress’s tactic was to distract the court with irrelevant information, “which is often done by liars”. “They give us a lot of accurate information, right?” The problem is that when they describe the attack themselves, they probably only get 15 percent of the time. We have a lot of money and a lot after that. “The incident itself is small,” she explained.
She also noted that part of the deception tactic is that Amber Heard sometimes does not mention pronouns. She does not say “He hit me”, but says “he hit me”. It excludes the pronoun. “When people try to deceive someone, they change the pronouns or remove them,” Driver explained. She has also pointed out that the actress often changes the tense of the verb in which she speaks.
“First she says ‘hit’, then again ‘hit’, and the third time she says ‘hit’. “When people create a story, they often tell it in the present.” She said she was sure some parts of Amber Heard’s testimony were correct, but she also expressed doubts that many parts were simply false.