Gigi Hadid Has Tweeted Some Serious Opinions About 'Making A Murderer'

18/01/2016 1:21 PM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:51 PM AEST
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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 08: Gigi Hadid seen on the streets of Manhattan on December 8, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/GC Images)

In further proof that the Netflix documentary series Making A Murderer is consuming the thoughts of people everywhere, supermodel Gigi Hadid is the latest celebrity to offer her opinion over the verdicts of both Steven Avery and Brendon Dassey.

WARNING: Spoilers ahead...

The 10-part series, "Making a Murderer," spans over a decade and follows the case of Steven Avery who is convicted of killing photographer Teresa Halbach and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. His nephew, a then-teenage Brendan Dassey, is also convicted for life however eligible for parole -- in 2048.

Hadid took to Twitter on Sunday night to vent her disbelief and confusion over the trials while pointing out what she describes as the “obvious” corruption in the Manitowoc police department.

Hadid wrote, “I don't understand how the jury had no doubt beyond reason that all this evidence added up and/or didn't contradict each other.”

Before continuing, “What's hardest for me is seeing a 16 year old kid, now in his mid 20's who clearly doesn't have the tools to deal with this situation.”

“There should be laws that protect people like Brendan Dassey. It breaks my heart that he hasn't yet been granted retrial.”

Her frustration no doubt mirrors that of her 1 million plus followers -- and the rest of the world who’ve been left to question so many things including America’s justice system.

Check out all of her tweets below.

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