As we all knew, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are engaged in a legal battle and now, A body language specialist claims that Heard is guilty all along.
Janine Driver, An award-winning speaker who has over 16 years of experience as a federal law enforcement officer, and most importantly, she got the skill of people reading.
Driver has already examined both Depp and Heard but now the court wants her back to say her final readings after the testimony.
Janine Driver claims that Heard had spoken a pronoun referring to her ex-husband and that leads us to confirm Heard’s testimony as a false one.
Here’s what the body reader expert shared.
Driver said, “Also, I want to talk about something called statement analysis. One of the things when she said, "he slapped me." I want you to relisten to it over and over again.”
She added, “She doesn't say ‘he slapped me’, she says,slapped me.’”
Driver also said, “She drops the pronoun and when people are being deceptive, people will have a change in pronouns or they'll drop it. She doesn't say he slapped me.”
She added, “She also changes her tense. So the first one's a ‘slapped.’ The second one's a ‘slapped’ past tense. The third one is a ‘slap’ that is current tense.”
Driver claimed that when people are making up a story they'll talk in current tense.
To wrap things up, The expert had few more proofs and observations from Amber Heard’s testimony.
She said, “I wrote down some of the things. She then said ‘before I knew it, he starts crying.’ Instead of he started crying. Her current tense to past tense is indicative of someone who's making up a story in the spot.”
She added, “I think parts of it are true and many of it is deceptive. And that's why anyone in law enforcement watching this. I spoke to law enforcement earlier today. It's laughable sadly what she's doing on the court.”
Now, Who do you support? Amber Heard or Johnny Depp?