nancy grace When it comes to Melinda Duckett, Nancy Grace is camera shyCNN talking head Nancy Grace is not one to keep her opinions to herself, but when it comes to having to answer for her words she’d rather not do it on camera, thankyouverymuch.

In 2006, a 21-year-old Florida woman, Melinda Duckett, was interviewed by Nancy about her missing 2-year-old son.

Nancy didn’t like the answers Melinda was giving her and accused the woman of being evasive and trying to hide something.

The day after the interview — hours before it was scheduled to air — Melinda shot and killed herself.

]]>Kara Skarupo, tells that if the judge does allow the deposition to be filmed, Grace’s lawyers “want us to sign a blood pact that it won’t get out.” The judge is expected to make his ruling on Tuesday (Jan. 26). UPDATE: TMZ is reporting that the judge has ruled that Nancy Grace’s deposition will be videotaped. However, the tape can’t be released to anyone — including the press — without the court’s permission. Follow Zap2it’s Dish Rag on Twitter and Facebook for the latest celeb news and buzz
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