Barbie 'didn't apologise'
Pretoria - A forensic criminologist says she would feel sorry for Cézanne Visser if she had apologised to the victims.
Lauri Peters, who was also once Dirk Prinsloo's personal assistant, was speaking on Wednesday after Visser was found guilty on 11 of the 14 sex charges against her.
In the past, Peters had tried to convince Visser to distance herself from Prinsloo.
"She (Visser) didn't want any help."
Peters had sat in court for two days while Judge Chris Eksteen delivered his verdict.
Eksteen praised her excellent testimony for the State in Visser's trial, saying she was a particularly beneficial witness.
She created the impression that she had "intimate knowledge regarding the facts", and appeared remarkably impartial in court, he said.
Eksteen said Peters has a very strong personality, and she wouldn't put up with it when Prinsloo made advances at her.
Peters had tried to convince Visser to escape from Prinsloo's clutches.
At the time, however, Visser said she loved Prinsloo and he gave her what no other man could offer.
Peters described Prinsloo as a coward and said his "bark is worse than his bite".
Danger to society
Eksteen said Peters had cautioned Visser about the fact that her augmented breasts are harmful to her health.
Visser once brought Peters a falsified statement, and she adamantly refused to give her signature.
"She (Peters) clearly doesn't stand for any nonsense," said Eksteen.
Peters said Eksteen delivered the correct verdict and Visser should go to prison.
"She (Visser) is a danger to society.