"Based on the all the time you've known her, her mannerisms, when she told you 'no,' did you believe her?" the prosecutor asked Citron.
"No, but my heart wanted to believe her," Citron replied.
"But did you?" the prosecutor pressed.
"No," Citron said.
Citron recalled Sneiderman telling her that Neuman was interested in her, but that she could handle it. She said that if she wasn't married, she might be interested, but she loved her husband and was not interested.
In her testimony, Sneiderman called Neuman "a self-proclaimed delusional individual" who fooled her using "masterful manipulation."
Though she had suspicions about Neuman, she told the court it was "unfathomable" to her that he had really killed her husband until he was arrested.
"I couldn't believe it," she said. "I thought I was crazy. Whose boss kills someone's husband? Affair or no affair -- and there wasn't -- who kills someone else's husband?"
Additional reporting by Heather Whitley.