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The trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is on a week's pause.
Nevertheless, fans around the world found a video of Hears sniffing a tissue in a non-conventional way. Social media users started making their own wild assumptions and creating theories as the video wen't viral.
Many social media users believe Amber Hears is sniffing cocaine during the trial. However, that is not the case.
What was Amber Heard sniffing?
Analyzing the video, we see Heard with tissue on her hands. She didn't take the tissue from the box. However, we'll analyze that situation later in the article.
Amber Heard sniffs something from the tissue. The zoom image makes it obvious. Nevertheless, it is not probable that she was sniffing cocaine as rabid Twitter users point out.
There are harsh penalties for consuming or carrying drugs in a courthouse. And the security teams make sure you don't carry any illegal substances.
What is it then?
In the second video, we can see Amber Heard doesn't take any tissue.
Forget about all the images showing she's sniffing the tissue. Concentrate on the box and her sleeves.
It seems Amber Heard takes the tissue from her sleeve. She rolls her left sleeve with so much caution compared to the right one.
Menthol is the secret weapon to cry on TV
When Anna Faris visited The Late Show with James Corden, she said "crying sucks."
For actors and actresses, crying represents a real challenge. Sometimes it is not natural to cry on set and in front of the cameras.
Farris showed there's a "crying stick" that helps her cry when she has a sad scene.
"This is like a menthol crystal," she described while holding the object. "It is kind of Vick's Vapor Rub."
There's an interesting chance that Amber Heard was sniffing menthol during the trial. In such a dramatic episode, tears always help convince the jury.
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