As much as people want to hear the details to understand how this tragedy happened, Hof may have not been the nicest or most respectful when it came to telling his story.
Hof told Nancy Grace in an interview that before he went on her show, the Kardashians' publicist reached out to ask him to please let Khloe handle the media. He retold the story to Nancy saying:
"Speaking of the Kardashians, I got a call from their publicist today saying, 'Are you going to do any media?' and I said 'yes I'm going to go on the Nancy Grace show.' And she said 'please don't do that, we'd rather have Khloe say what needs to be said.' I told her to 'go to hell.'"
We get Hof wanting to tell his side of the story and he has every right to since his business was involved.
However, he doesn't come across as the nicest or most compassionate person by telling their publicist to "go to hell" after nicely being asked to let Khloe — who's actually still married to Lamar — handle this delicate matter.
Sara Beltran-Hernandez, a 26-year-old mother-of-two, was awaiting an emergency surgery for a brain tumor this week -- but was instead forcibly moved by federal agents from the hospital to a detention center following Donald Trump's immigration ban.
A little background: Beltran-Hernandez was seeking asylum in the United States as a victim of domestic abuse in El Salvador back in November 2015 when she was picked up by immigration agents on her way to New York to visit her mother.
She's been detained in Prairieland Detention Center in Alvarado, Texas ever since -- until she was hospitalized in Fort Worth after a doctor discovered the brain tumor.