Judge: You are still under oath.
Nel: OP, my argument will be that which we will focus on today, is that your version is in untrue.
Nel: Before we start, I say you tailored it to fit the states case. Do you understand what I am saying?
Nel: I have heard that Reeva was a very neat person. Do you, can you?
OP: She was neat in some senses. Her car was not but her room was neat.
Nel: If on thinks of the scene, her clothes are all in the overnight bag.
OP: From the photos I have seen, her clothes were very neat.
Nel: The only thing out of place is her pair of jeans. Why would that be?
OP: I don't know, my lady.
Nel: The only thing out of the overnight bag is her jeans. You don't know why?
OP: I am not sure, my lady. Maybe she wore them that day and there was not enough space for them.
Nel: We are speculating. What about her top?
OP: I am not sure. Her slops were also there.
Nel: Yes, very neatly next to each other.
Nel: Now, on the photograph we see her slops, neatly next to the left hand side of the bed.
Nel: On the left hand side.
Nel: You said that she slept there the night before?
OP: No, I said she slept at my house but not on the left hand side.
Nel: She knew that she would be sleeping on the left hand side and not the right side. Why would her slops be on the left hand side.
OP: There is not much space on that side. She always put her things on the left hand side on the ottoman.
Nel: Always, cannot work. She would always sleep on the left hand side. These two nights were an exception.