By Mitch Clarke, Marketing —
Last November, country singer Carrie Underwood took a fall, which resulted in a broken wrist and a gash in her face. After nearly 50 stitches, Carrie Underwood tweeted that she was recovering, but her face wasn’t looking like it had before. For this reason, fans hadn’t seen much of her and any pictures she did post on social media excluded her face.
Is It a Lie?
Underwood received immense support following her tweet on social media, however, some remained skeptical. Though she fell in mid November, she never actually said anything about her face until January. Skeptics claim she is merely using her fall as a cover up for plastic surgery work she had done on her face.
Finding the Truth
Whether she’s lying or not, we’ll never know, but the world is full of liars and scammers. Underwood’s possible lie may not be the end of the world, but other lies can cause serious damage. Recent advancements in lie detection technology provide a more reliable way to tell if someone is lying. EyeDetect® is a new eye detection software that tracks changes in pupil dilation and quickly analyzes whether or not someone is telling the truth. It’s quick, efficient, and accurate. This eye lie detector is the key to discovering the truth.