Johnny Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez has asserted that Amber Heard's testimony during Depp's defamation lawsuit was enhanced by fake crying in her closing statements.
Considering how high-profile and hotly-analyzed this trial has been in recent months, it's hard to imagine how far back we'd need to go to find a more polarizing case.
And a large part of that concerns how fundamentally disputed the facts are here. Not only are both parties accusing each other of domestic violence but they're also disputing who ruined whose career as a result of their claims.
These complications have proved particularly acute in the effect that Depp's lawsuit had on Heard's career, as the bad press either led to a salary cap and a reduced role in Aquaman The Lost Kingdom or didn't affect her recasting at all, depending on who you ask.
And as we can see in the content of Vasquez's closing statements, those factual disputes have extended all the way to the emotions Heard appeared to show on the stand.