Robin Roberts Interviews George Zimmerman Trial Juror B-29
Another juror from the George Zimmerman trial will be stepping out on national television in interviews with ABC’s Robin Roberts.
Juror B-29, the only minority juror from the controversial trial, is identified only as “Maddy.”
She told court officials during the jury selection process she is a certified nursing assistant on an Alzheimer’s ward. She is married and has several children.
She lived in Chicago at the time Zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
“Maddy” told court officials she doesn’t watch the news and prefers realty television.
“Right when we got here, I got cable … I love my reality shows,” she told lawyers during jury selection.
Roberts conducted the interview with “Maddy” on Thursday morning after “Good Morning America.”
The first portions of the interview will air on “World News With Diane Sawyer” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on WFTV-Channel 9.
More of the exclusive interview will be seen Thursday night on “Nightline.” The full interview will air Friday on “Good Morning America,” which starts at 7 a.m.
Maddy is represented by Celebration attorney David Chico. Attempts to reach him Thursday were not immediately successful.
The first juror to talk to the press was B-37, who was photographed in shadows when she spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper.