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A 20-year-old mother from Minnesota is expected to be given six months in jail on Wednesday for fatally shooting her boyfriend during a botched YouTube stunt last year.
Monalisa Perez, who was pregnant at the time with her second child, was arrested in June 2017 after shooting her boyfriend, 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz III, in the chest for a YouTube video.
Plea - Deal - December - Half - Term
The mother-of-two took a plea deal in December that will allow her to serve out half of her jail term in increments of 30 days per year for the next three years.
Authorities said the remainder of the sentence could be waived and replaced with electronic home monitoring, provided that Perez does not violate the terms of her 10-year supervised probation.
Perez - Compensation - Recording - Ruiz - Death
Perez cannot 'make any financial compensation' from the recording of Ruiz's death, according to the Star Tribune.
She is also banned from ever possessing firearms.
Shooting - Perez - Police - Call - Ruiz
After the shooting, Perez told police on a 911 call that Ruiz had asked her to fire a bullet from a .50-caliber Desert Eagle pistol into an encyclopedia as he held...
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