ORLANDO, FL (AP) -- Talk show host Nancy Grace doesn't want a camera to record her deposition in a central Florida wrongful death lawsuit.
Her attorney wants a federal judge to prohibit the videotaping of Grace during a deposition Thursday or prohibit the release of the deposition if it's videotaped.
Her attorneys say it's necessary to protect Grace from embarrassment. She's a host of HLN, formerly CNN Headline News.
Grace is being sued by Melinda Duckett's family. They blame her for inflicting emotional distress on the 21-year-old Florida mother during an appearance on her talk show.
Duckett was on Grace's show in 2006 after her son Trenton went missing. Grace grilled the woman, accusing her of hiding something.
Duckett shot and killed herself the day the taped interview was scheduled to broadcast.
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