Money Talks: Wrongful-Death Case Against Nancy Grace Settled

Nancy Grace pays for her alleged mistake, literally.

Talk-show host Nancy Grace

The family of a Florida woman who killed herself after a damaging interview with CNN's Nancy Grace dropped a wrongful-death lawsuit against the talk-show host and the cable network as part of a $200,000 settlement. Melinda Duckett shot herself Sept. 8, 2006, the day after Grace questioned her involvement in the disappearance of her 2-year-old son, Trenton. Duckett's family accused Grace of inflicting emotional distress on their 21-year-old daughter. Nancy Grace got off pretty easily for allegedly bullying this young woman until she took her own life. Money talks.

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