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Woman Who Shot BF for YouTube Stunt Hears Fate

20 Décembre 2017

According to reports, Perez, in her statement to the police, said that her deceased boyfriend was accidentally killed while the couple was shooting a prank video, during which Ruiz had asked Perez to shoot at him through a thick book he was holding. She'll be sentenced in February. Authorities have not released the fatal shooting video. She said she agreed to make the video and to shoot the gun after Ruiz showed her a different book that he had shot that prevented the bullet from going all the way through.

Monalisa Perez, 20, pleaded guilty to second degree manslaughter for her involvement in the death of her boyfriend while the couple were filming a video for their YouTube channel.

In a tweet sent hours before the fatal gun clip, Perez tweeted to their followers that she and Ruiz were going to "shoot one of the most risky videos ever".

As part of a plea agreement Perez will serve six months in prison, spread out over three years.

In a similar incident, a woman from NY was charged with the second degree murder of her boyfriend.

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Perez, who was pregnant with their second child at the time, fired the pistol at Ruiz from a foot away as he held a hardcover encyclopedia over his chest, reported The Minneapolis Star Tribune. In a bid to gain popularity, they planned to make a stunt video outside Perez's home, during which the Ruiz got shot. Also, she would be barred from possessing any firearms in her life.

When emergency workers arrived at the scene, they attempted lifesaving measures on Ruiz, but he was later declared dead.

"Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most risky videos ever", Perez wrote on Twitter prior to performing the stunt.

Perez teased the stunt on Twitter immediately before it all went wrong-attributing the idea to Ruiz. Nicole Addimando, 28, was accused of fatally shooting her 30-year-old live-in boyfriend Christopher Grover.

But when Perez and Ruiz recorded the stunt in the yard of their Minnesota home, with their 3-year-old daughter nearby, the bullet pierced 22-year-old Ruiz, killing him.

Woman Who Shot BF for YouTube Stunt Hears Fate