Fans Think Kate Moss’ Testimony At Depp-Heard Trial Was ‘False’ After Spotting ‘Glitch’

A conspiracy theory claims that Kate Moss’s appearance during the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial may actually have been a major fake.

Depp’s team called Moss to the stand for brief testimony near the end of the six-week trial on May 25. In his four-minute virtual testimony, Moss, who dated Depp from 1994 to 1998She said that she never experienced any kind of physical violence from him during their relationship.

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She specifically recalled an incident while on vacation in Jamaica, when she fell down a flight of stairs. Heard had previously suggested that Depp had pushed Moss, but the model denied these allegations.

“No, he never pushed me, kicked me or threw me down the stairs,” Moss said.

Now, some have theorized that Kate Moss’s testimony at the Depp-Heard trial was falsified.

Hours after her testimony, a Twitter user suggested that Moss’s virtual appearance in the booth was not her at all, but someone mimicking her appearance. using deepfake technology.

The user noted an apparent glitch in Moss’s eyes during the testimony. At the timestamp noted in the tweet, Moss’s eyes appear to look down before quickly snapping back up.

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