Juror Reveals No One In The Jury Believed Amber Heard's Crocodile Tears

After Amber Heard has been on a campaign claiming the verdict against Johnny Depp was not fair, a juror has declared that no one truly believed her a word of what she said

By Ingrid Mateos

- June 16 , 2022 - 12:49 hs
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Amber Heard (AFP)

After Johnny Depp accused his ex-wife of defamation and the subsequent trial proved that the Pirates of The Caribbean actor was right, Amber Heard has spoken in every chance she has got to say that she can't believe the verdict and declared that everyone told lies except her, implying that the jury was influenced by social media and even hinting that the judge might as well.

Well, after the disrespectful declarations Amber Heard has shared, a member of the jury in the Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial has come out to the light and gave the exact reasons why no one believed her during the trial, and why still most people do not believe her outside court.

READ MORE: Amber Heard Insists Johnny Depp Lied About Abuse

The member of the jury, who by the way did not reveal his identity, spoke with ABC News and while there he admitted that the jury did not believe she was completely sincere. Plus, he mentioned what everyone's noted, that the actress looking at the jury at all times was creepy. "The crying, the facial expressions that she had, the staring at the jury — all of us were very uncomfortable…," the juror said.

To make matters even worse, the juror said that no one believed her crocodile tears and her behavior because one moment she was crying inconsolably and the second later she was with a different expression on her face. "She would answer one question and she would be crying and then two seconds later she would turn ice cold… Some of us used the expression 'crocodile tears.' "

To add insult to the injury, the juror admitted that everyone believed Johnny Depp because of how he approached his story and revealed the truth, opposite to what Amber tried to do adding some drama. "A lot of the jury felt what he was saying, at the end of the day, was more believable…," said the juror. "He just seemed a little more real in terms of how he was responding to questions. His emotional state was very stable throughout…" }

After the trial, Amber Heard and her lawyers have declared in several interviews that social media affected the verdict because “surely” the jury saw the thousands of videos commenting on the situation Johnny Depp's lawyers including Camille Vasquez said that such a thing was disrespectful and now the member of the jury also said that such thing did not happen because they 'followed the evidence'.

"Ultimately what I think is truthful was that they were both abusive to each other," the juror said. "I don't think that makes either of them right or wrong. But to rise to the level of what she was claiming, there wasn't enough or any evidence that really supported what she was saying."

Another revelation made in this interview is that the jury completely sided with Johnny Depp when it was revealed that Amber Heard did not donate the millions she already said she donated making it a complete 'fiasco'.

"She goes on a talk show in the U.K. The video shows her sitting there telling the host that she gave all that money away, and the terms she used in that video clip were, 'I gave it away,' 'I donated it,' 'It's gone,' but the fact is she didn't give much of it away at all," 

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Ingrid Mateos

I am an Entertainment news writer at Show News Today. I love all about movies, royalty, and pop culture but also enjoy writing about the latest celebrity gossip. I have a B.A in E.L.T and a diploma in Tourism Studies. When not working with words, you can probabaly find me watching BBC'S Sherlock for the umpteempth time or an old movie.

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