Amber Heard’s Acting Coach Says She Can Spot Difference Between Actress’s ‘Real’ And ‘Fake’ Tears

Amber Heard's acting coach has claimed that she can spot the difference between the actress's 'real' and 'fake' tears. 
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Amber Heard’s acting coach has claimed that she can spot the difference between the actress’s ‘real’ and ‘fake’ tears. 

Kristina Sexton, who reportedly worked for the Aquaman star between 2011 and 2017, appeared in the courtroom via a pre-recorded testimony on May 18.

When testifying, the coach claimed that Heard ‘has a little difficulty crying’ when it comes to her acting.

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Explaining how she could apparently tell the difference between the real and the fake tears, she alleged: “Ironically, she has a little difficulty crying acting-wise.”

Heard’s former employee went on to claim that during the pair’s sessions, the now 36-year-old would often ‘be sobbing,’ allegedly due to her relationship with Johnny Depp.

Sexton testified: “I would have to build in time because she’d be sobbing at the beginning of sessions, and we couldn’t work until we got her together.”

She also said that at first, Heard and Depp’s relationship appeared to be ‘incredibly lovey-dovey and passionate,’ and they were ‘always together in a positive way’.

Continuing with her claims, Sexton added: “It went from being like a normal couple to very tension-filled, especially those last few months that they were together.

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“I would say that last year they were together, probably 80 to 90% of our sessions began with her crying.”

The coach testified that she cared for Heard and gave her ‘extra time,’ claiming: “I have a caretaker personality, so I would prioritise taking care of the person in front of me overdoing work, which is why I ended up building in all that extra time.”

Elsewhere in the case, Heard has alleged that she doesn’t want to be seen as a ‘victim’.

Appearing emotional, she claimed: “I don’t want to call myself a victim. I don’t like to think of myself as a victim, and I don’t want him to think I’m attacking him or blaming him.

“I don’t want anything from him – just don’t call me a liar. It’s all I said. Just don’t call me a liar.

“Just don’t say this isn’t real, because I’m the walking proof of it.”

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