HALSTAD, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota woman charged with fatally shooting her boyfriend in a failed YouTube video stunt foreshadowed the event when she tweeted that it would be "one of the most dangerous videos ever."
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A woman who livestreamed the fatal police shooting of her boyfriend during a traffic stop in Minnesota last year was charged Friday in a reported assault.
Authorities arrested a pregnant Minnesota 19-year-old for fatally shooting her boyfriend in a bid for YouTube fame gone wrong.
Tragedy struck a young Minnesota couple trying to achieve YouTube fame, leaving a young man dead and his pregnant girlfriend charged with manslaughter. “Over the past several weeks, Monalisa Perez of Halstad, Minn., and her boyfrien...
Monalisa Perez tweeted that the couple had agreed to carry out "one of the most dangerous videos ever."