Nita Hanson told CNN she called Dr. Laura Schlessinger for help and never expected to hear the N-word uttered 11 times.
Schlessinger said earlier this week she would not continue her radio show after her contract runs out this year because she wants her First Amendment rights back. But Hanson, whose five-minute phone call about her white husband's friends and relatives making racist remarks led to the comments, said Schlessinger, 63, is old enough to know better.
Schlessinger has apologized and attempted to justify her comments by saying the word is commonly used on HBO and by black comedians.
"I think she apologized because she got caught," Hanson told CNN. "At this point, there's nothing she can do for me."
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