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Nancy Grace Walks Out After Interviewers Ask Why She 'Capitalized On Dead Kids'! See Her Heated Response!

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Nancy Grace doesn't like it when her morals are questioned!

The legal commentator may be known for reporting on traumatic events, but she had to escape her own trauma when a heated interview got real ugly!

On Tuesday, Grace abruptly ended her Sirius Radio interview when hosts Jim Norton and Sam Roberts kept asking some hard questions about how the former HLN host capitalizes on tragedies.

Video: Nancy SLAMS Brendan Dassey's Overturned Conviction!

After Norton and Roberts kept pressing the 56-year-old on why she exploits trauma, Grace fired back by saying the hosts hadn't "asked one decent question since I've walked in here."

Things only got worse from there, when Norton threw out another hardball question about Grace's use of hashtags when reporting on tragedies. He asked:

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Nancy Grace SLAMS Brendan Dassey's Overturned Conviction — And Gets Promptly Schooled By Lawyer!

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She just got law schooled!

There may still be a strong debate over whether Making A Murderer star Steven Avery actually murdered Teresa Halbach, but the same can't be said about Avery's nephew Brendan Dassey — whose conviction of Halbach's rape and murder was overturned by a federal judge last week.

Most people who watched the Netflix docu-series cheered over the case's newest development, but Nancy Grace isn't among those applauding the release of the 26-year-old.

Related: Steven's Ex-Fiancée Fears His Release Will Lead To Murder!

On Monday night's taping of her HLN show, Grace asked attorney David Bruno to explain how a judge could overturn Dassey's conviction.

The attorney cited the fact that Dassey's statement was not voluntary, and video evidence shows that officers used "promises and pressures" to coerce him into involuntary confession during his interrogation.

But Grace wasn't impressed by that answer, and responded by saying

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Nancy Grace Is Leaving HLN After 12 Years! Find Out How The Network Will Replace Her — And What She's Doing Next!

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We did not see this one coming!

Nancy Grace has been a controversial figure in cable news broadcasting for over a decade — but after 12 years on her TV home HLN, the iconic anchor is moving on to greener pastures!

The 56-year-old announced to The Hollywood Reporter that she would be leaving the CNN-owned network when her contract expires in October!

Grace broke the news on Thursday morning to her long time staff, and admitted she was "really mixed" about the difficult decision she's been "thinking a lot about" over the past three years.

Related: Nancy Is Convinced Steven Avery Is A Murderer

According to a network spokesperson, Nancy Grace will be replaced with a new

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Find Out Why Nancy Grace Is So Convinced Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Is Guilty!

Find out why Nancy feels so strongly about this.

Nancy Grace is NOT a Steven Avery supporter.

The television personality is strongly convinced that the Making A Murderer subject is guilty of brutally raping and killing Teresa Halbach, even though Netflix's docu-series about the case appears to portray him as wrongfully convicted.

Related: Making A Murderer Might Get A Second Season!

The HLN host had been covering the case ever since it happened back in 2005, and says that her interview with the Wisconsin resident at the time is what first led her to believe he isn't innocent, telling The Hollywood Reporter:

"The reason I am speaking out is that I have been on the Halbach case since the get-go, when it was just a missing person. And I remember talking to Steven Avery about where she was. And I can remember the moment. I knew right then that he was lying. And if he was lying, then he killed her."

What specifically stood out to her about that conversation was that the 53-year-old's story didn't add up with his phone records, saying:

"He calls her from his phone and says, 'Hey, how come you never came over? Where are ya?' So he's pretending she didn't come to throw police off the track. But he tells me on the air that she came!"

The opinionated blonde recently aired an interview with his former fiancée Jodi Stachowski — who was still with him at the time the popular program was being filmed — where she claims her ex is not innocent, despite supporting him on the show.

The 56-year-old believes her strong statements are credible, even though she completely changed her tune, explaining:

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Making A Murderer Creators Dish On The Possibility Of A Second Season — AND Explain Why The Prosecutor Wasn't Part Of The Show!

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This sure would be inneresting…

Since the release of Netflix's hit docu-series Making a Murderer, TONS of people have binge-watched the intriguing story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were convicted of murdering Teresa Halbach in 2005.

The documentary has been a massively hot topic over the last couple weeks; not only have the attorneys involved in the case opened up about their experiences, but Dr. Phil and Nancy Grace have also gotten in on covering of the controversial case!

Related: New Evidence Discovered In Making A Murderer Case!

But all the controversy hasn't gotten Avery out of jail, and the creators of the series know that his story isn't over — which means there's a possibility of a second season!

Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said the popular streaming service is definitely considering a second season.

Co-creator Laura Ricciardi told reporters at the Television Critics Association panel on Sunday:

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Steven Avery's Ex-Lawyer Says His Former Fiancée Is Not A 'Reliable Witness' & Still Believes His Old Client Is Innocent!

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Find out why he thinks Jodi changed her mind!

As we reported, Steven Avery's former fiancée dramatically changed her tune about whether or not she believes her ex is guilty.

ICYMI, Jodi Stachowski's interview for Nancy Grace's HLN show aired Wednesday night, and she adamantly expressed that she feels the Making A Murderer subject is "not innocent."

Related: Steven's Loving All The Support!

On Thursday, Jerry Buting — one of Steven's defense attorneys from the Netflix docu-series — discredited her new claims and STILL believes the 53-year-old is telling the truth, opening up to Rolling Stone:

"Realize that there was a fair amount of coverage with Jodi [in the documentary]. She was getting a lot of pressure, even while the trial was going on, to try and turn her away from Steven Avery. It's many years, who knows what kind of pressure and influences have been exerted against her to try and make express that kind of opinion."

He continued to say that what really matters is her opinion from the time of the trial, adding:

"Bottom line is that when things were contemporaneous, happening back during that time, she did not have that opinion. She was very supportive of him. So, why is she changing her opinion? I don't know at this point."

However, in her sit-down, Jodi claimed that the only reason she had been standing by her man was because he "used to beat" her, and told her she had to "make him look good" in the doc "or else."

But Jerry doesn't believe his old client's former flame can really be taken at face value regarding these allegations, saying:

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Nancy Grace & Donnie Wahlberg Go At It Over Making A Murderer — But Who's Loud Enough To Get Their Point Across First?

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The future of journalism…

Making a Murderer is currently one of the most polarizing pieces of pop culture as viewers are basically forced to choose whether they believe Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey actually murdered Teresa Halbach.

While many pundits and politicians have stayed out of the pardon petition conversation, old faithful Nancy Grace is doing no such thing.

Related: Making A Murderer Lawyer Faces Restraining Order!

In fact, the TV personality invited fellow political powerhouse Donnie Walhberg onto her HLN show Monday to chat about the Netflix docu-series.

And by "chat"… we mean talk over each other to see who's the loudest.

Ch-ch-check out Nancy and Donnie's blasting back-and-forth pertaining to the American legal system (below)!!!

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