NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Prosecutor Matt Bogdanos let off some steam on Monday as the jury began its fourth day of deliberations in the case against Gigi Jordan, the mother who confessed to killing her 8-year-old autistic son in a Manhattan hotel.

“Stop lying to the press,” he shouted, accusing the defense team after making Jordan available for TV interviews about her son Jude’s death.

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In her latest TV appearance on “Doctor Phil,” claims were made that the judge and prosecutor kept Jordan from calling medical witnesses who could have helped her case, WCBS 880’s Irene Cornell reported.

Her attorney argued that it’s her First Amendment right to give interviews.

But after Judge Charles Solomon saw the latest interview, he said “A First Amendment right to lie on TV? What kind of a right is that,” Cornell reported.

Jurors are trying to determine whether Jordan was in the grip of extreme emotional disturbance when she killed Jude. The defense is intended to reduce a conviction from murder to manslaughter.

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Jordan admitted on the witness stand that she gave Jude a fatal dose of prescription drugs in February 2010 at the Peninsula Hotel in Midtown.

Jordan’s lawyers said she was convinced her mob-connected ex-husband was going to kill her, leaving the child’s abusive biological father to care for him. In her mind, her son would have been better off dead, her lawyers said.

Jude’s father denies the allegations of abuse and has never been charged. Jordan’s ex-husband has denied all her allegations and has sued her for slander.

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