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But Farrow denied any suggestion that she was confusing reality with Hollywood.

Agent Carole White, who fell out with Campbell several years ago, told the court that Taylor and her then-client enjoyed each other’s company at the dinner table.

“I think she was flirting with him and he was flirting back,” she said.

At one point during the meal, White said, Campbell leaned back to speak to her. She “was very excited and she told me he was going to give her some diamonds,” White told the court.

She said Campbell later appeared disappointed when she saw the uncut diamonds and they were “not very impressive and not enormously big.”

But under cross examination, Griffiths strongly challenged White’s testimony.

“You have a very powerful motive for lying,” he said, noting that White is suing Campbell for millions of dollars over an alleged breach of contract.

Campbell has served community service twice after pleading guilty in minor assault cases. A few of her former aides and maids have sued her, accusing her of violent outbursts and usually settling on undisclosed terms.

In all, 91 witnesses testified against Taylor before this week.

The court has heard evidence of radio dispatches between him and rebels, how weapons were allegedly smuggled in bags of rice in exchange for diamonds carried in a mayonnaise jar. The court has also heard from numerous victims and witnesses of atrocities. One of Taylor’s former aides testified to witnessing Taylor eat a human liver.

His lawyers have dismissed such allegations as lies.