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.
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: