Her spokesman's lips are moving:
Grace released a two-sentence statement Tuesday through a spokeswoman saying: "Ms. Duckett's notes do not change what should be everyone's top priority: helping find Trenton Duckett and bring him home safe and sound, if that is still possible. That is our show's focus now, as it has been from day one of this sad and painful case, and we intend to stay the course."What's on deck on NG's weekend special?
Closer look at the mysterious death of Anna Nicole Smith's 20-year-old son, who died just after she gave birth to a girl. Tune in Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on Headline News.For someone who revels in her confrontational style, she sure is willing to hide behind her PR people when the going gets tough.
Hmm. I wonder what Nancy Grace would say on her show about some one who refuses to answer questions directly?
During her Feb. 24 show, she brought it to bear on the spokesperson for Jennifer Hagel-Smith, a bride whose husband disappeared during their honeymoon cruise.OK. So victims don't need PR people. I guess they are for liars, ratings whores, and plagiarists.
"Why does Jennifer Hagel-Smith need a P.R. person?" she asked. "I'm a crime victim. I didn't need a P.R. person. Why does she need a P.R. person?"