Gigi Hadid Has Got Some Opinions On Making A Murderer

*contains spoilers*

Gigi Hadid Has Got Some Opinions On Making A Murderer

by Chemmie Squier |

Making A Murderer hasn’t just captured the attention of the general public, celebrities are getting in on it too. Gigi Hadid took to Twitter yesterday to tell her followers what she thought of the show, and Kim Kardashian is getting in on the hype too.

In case you’ve been, like, actually living rather than staring at Netflix and you have no idea what MAM is go and watch it, lest you feel marginalised by society. To fill you in quickly, it’s the true story of Steven Avery, a Wisconsin man who was convicted of sexual assault before being exonerated in 2003 after serving 18 years in prison. After two years, he was arrested and charged with the rape and murder of Teresa Halbach. MAM takes the viewer through the ensuing trial, with quite a few twists and turns along the way.

Anyway, Gigi has finished the 10 hour documentary and has some pretty strong opinions about it.

This comes after Steven’s ex-fiancé Jodie Stachowski was interviewed on the US network HLN’s Nancy Grace show, and said he was ‘not innocent’ and described the abuse she’d suffered at his hands.

As well as that, TV host and legal commentator Nancy Grace, along with others, have criticised the ‘crucial’ evidence which the documentary seemingly left out and points to Avery’s guilt.

*Rolling Stone recently *interviewed Jerry Buting, one of Avery’s defense lawyers, about evidence that was left out and both he and Dean Strang were on CBS This Morning For their first interview since the documentary came out in December.

While it's likely that most viewers come away with the similar feelings as Gigi after watching the documentary, it's becoming apparent that the case is far from clear cut and, if anything, the waters are are becoming murkier.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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