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20-year-old mother from Minnesota has pleaded guilty to a second-degree manslaughter charge in the death of her boyfriend, whom she shot to death as part of a botched YouTube stunt earlier this year.
Monalisa Perez took the plea deal last week and is expected to be sentenced to 180 days in jail, followed by 10 years of probation.
Perez, who was pregnant at the time with her second child, was arrested in June after shooting her boyfriend, 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz III, in the chest for a YouTube video.
The woman 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 it against his body, but the projectile penetrated the volume and fatally wounded the young father.
The fatal shooting was captured on two cameras that had been set up to record the stunt. Police said they do not plan to release the footage.
Their three-year-old daughter, Aaliyah, was present when the shooting occurred. 'We were doing a YouTube video and it went wrong. Please hurry up,' Perez told the 911 dispatcher.
Prior to the shooting, Perez had tweeted: 'Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. HIS idea not MINE'. As part of her plea deal, Perez cannot profit from the video of the failed YouTube stunt that resulted in Ruiz’s death, reported Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
She is also banned from ever possessing firearms.
The agreement with the prosecution will allow the young mother-of-two to serve out half of her jail term in increments of 30 days per year for the next three years.
The remainder of the sentence could be waived and replaced with electronic home monitoring, provided that Perez does not violate the terms of her probation.
Perez is due back in court in February 2018 for her sentencing.
If the 20-year-old went to trial and was found guilty, she could have been looking at up to 10 years behind bars.
The prosecutor handling Perez's case said Ruiz's family members have signed off on the plea deal. 
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Ia menembak suaminya yang bernama Pedro Ruiz (22). Ruiz kala itu tengah memegang sebuah buku tebal di dadanya. Perez percaya buku tersebut akan dapat menghentikan aksi peluru. Perez membunuh suaminya, Pedro, dengan tak sengaja. Awalnya mereka berencana membuat video lelucon untuk kanal YouTube mereka.

Pedro memegang sebuah buku tebal di dadanya dan Perez ditugaskan menembak buku tersebut dengan Desert Eagle .50. Keduanya mengira peluru tak akan menembus buku.

Dilansir BBC, Kamis (21/12/2017), di hadapan penyidik, Perez mengakui dirinya bersalah telah melakukan pembunuhan kepada suaminya. Saat melakukan aksi konyol itu, Perez tengah mengandung tujuh bulan.

Atas perbuatannya itu, Perez ditahan dan harus menjalani hukuman 10 tahun penjara dengan masa percobaan enam bulan. Dia juga dilarang untuk memiliki senjata api seumur hidup.
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Nasib nahas menimpa perempuan berusia 20 tahun bernama Monalisa Perez. Ia telah ditangkap oleh polisi karena video menembak suaminya Pedro Ruiz di YouTube jadi viral. Di hadapan penyidik perempuan itu pun mengaku telah membunuh suaminya tanpa sengaja.

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Pregnant Woman Fatally Shoots Boyfriend In YouTube Stunt Gone Wrong - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV
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#MonalisaPerez plead guilty to second-degree manslaughter last week for the June death of her 22-year-old boyfriend, #PedroRuizIII. According to records, Perez told officials that Ruiz wanted to make a video of her shooting a bullet into a book he was holding against his chest. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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The couple set up a GoPro camera on the back of a car and another camera on a close by ladder. Once they started recording, Perez stood a foot away and shot the Desert Eagle .50 caliber handgun into the book on Ruiz’s chest.
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Perez says the stunt was all Ruiz’s idea, to gain more subscribers for the couple’s YouTube page. In a tweet sent by Perez on June 26, she said the "dangerous" plan was "HIS idea not MINE." Ruiz had practiced shooting bullets into books without penetrating them before; Perez showed an example to officers. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Together the couple have a 3-year-old daughter and Perez is expecting their second. Perez’s plea agreement is giving her six months in jail and 10 years of supervised probation. She will be sentenced in February.

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20-year-old mother from Minnesota has pleaded guilty to a second-degree manslaughter charge in the death of her boyfriend, whom she shot to death as part of a botched YouTube stunt earlier this year.
Monalisa Perez took the plea deal last week and is expected to be sentenced to 180 days in jail, followed by 10 years of probation.
Perez, who was pregnant at the time with her second child, was arrested in June after shooting her boyfriend, 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz III, in the chest for a YouTube video.
The woman 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 it against his body, but the projectile penetrated the volume and fatally wounded the young father.
The fatal shooting was captured on two cameras that had been set up to record the stunt. Police said they do not plan to release the footage.
Their three-year-old daughter, Aaliyah, was present when the shooting occurred. 'We were doing a YouTube video and it went wrong. Please hurry up,' Perez told the 911 dispatcher.
Prior to the shooting, Perez had tweeted: 'Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. HIS idea not MINE'. As part of her plea deal, Perez cannot profit from the video of the failed YouTube stunt that resulted in Ruiz’s death, reported Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
She is also banned from ever possessing firearms.
The agreement with the prosecution will allow the young mother-of-two to serve out half of her jail term in increments of 30 days per year for the next three years.
The remainder of the sentence could be waived and replaced with electronic home monitoring, provided that Perez does not violate the terms of her probation.
Perez is due back in court in February 2018 for her sentencing.
If the 20-year-old went to trial and was found guilty, she could have been looking at up to 10 years behind bars.
The prosecutor handling Perez's case said Ruiz's family members have signed off on the plea deal. 
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Youtuber Kepo publish video baru. Tentang seorang Youtuber yang menembak kekasihnya karena ingin terkenal di Youtube. Hal tersebut membuat kekasihnya tewas di tempat. Untuk kronologis lebih jelasnya ditonton aja videonya. Chek link video di bio. #lamonalisa #pedroruiz #monalisaperez #youtuber #meninggal #beritaduka

#MonalisaPerez and #PedroRuizIII were just like many other young people, they were searching for internet fame on YouTube only something went terribly wrong.
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They began posting harmless prank videos a few weeks ago but on Monday evening they took it way too far when Perez, 19, shot at a book Ruiz, 22, was holding in front of his chest. They were under the mistaken impression that the book would stop the bullet. The bullet traveled through the book and entered Ruiz chest. He died at the scene.
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“I really have no idea what they were thinking,” Sheriff Jeremy Thornton of Norman County said, " I just don’t understand the younger generation on trying to get their 15 minutes of fame.” In the couple’s last video which was posted on Monday, Perez and Ruiz wondered what it would be like “when we have 300,000 subscribers, the bigger we get, I’ll be throwing parties,” Ruiz stated. “Why not?”
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That is not what happened, instead just hours later Perez was arrested on suspicion of reckless discharge of a firearm. Then on Wednesday, she was charged with second-degree manslaughter. The charge could land her 10 years in jail and a fine of up to $20,000.
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Perez has been released on $7,000 bail and is now home with her other child. She told detectives that she shot her boyfriend from about a foot away while he held a 1.5 inch book in front of his chest. She said that Ruiz had been “trying to get her” to fire the weapon “for awhile.” Ruiz, in attempting to get her to participate in the stunt, showed her a book he had previously shot himself. The bullet did not travel all the way through so they felt the stunt was safe. - Via @celebteanews

Awalnya, mereka hanya membuat video Prank dengan cara menembakkan peluru ke arah Ruiz yang merupakan kekasih Monalisa dengan menggunakan buku ensiklopedi tebal sebagai penghalang. Mereka mengira buku tersebut dapat menghentikan peluru tersebut. Namun naas, peluru kaliber 0,5mm yang ditembakkan pistol jenis Desert Eagle itu ternyata menembus buku dan dada Ruiz sekaligus.

Perez dituntut atas dugaan pembunuhan, namun akhirnya dibebaskan secara bersyarat pada Rabu (28/6/2017). Wanita berusia 19 tahun tersebut juga diketahui sedang mengandung anak kedua mereka.

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A 19-year-old US woman faces a manslaughter charge after fatally shooting her boyfriend in a YouTube stunt gone wrong, with the sheriff on Thursday dismissing claims that it was an accident.
Monalisa Perez shot 22-year-old aspiring YouTube star Pedro Ruiz on Monday after he convinced her to fire at him with a powerful handgun from about a foot (30 centimetres) away, while he held an encyclopedia in front of his chest, authorities in the state of Minnesota said in court documents.
Ruiz had presented another book, with a bullet hole on one side and no exit hole, as evidence that the encyclopedia would stop the bullet, police said. "Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever," Perez wrote Monday on Twitter. "HIS idea not MINE." Ruiz died at the scene from a single gunshot wound to the chest.
Police recovered a .50 caliber pistol used in the stunt, which was filmed by GoPro cameras that Ruiz had set up. Ruiz had been trying to build an online following by performing dangerous stunts, according to police and media reports.
He and Perez had a YouTube channel called "La MonaLisa," with videos dating back one month in which the couple published accounts of their daily lives.

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A 19-year-old US woman faces a manslaughter charge after fatally shooting her boyfriend in a YouTube stunt gone wrong, with the sheriff on Thursday dismissing claims that it was an accident.
Monalisa Perez shot 22-year-old aspiring YouTube star Pedro Ruiz on Monday after he convinced her to fire at him with a powerful handgun from about a foot (30 centimeters) away, while he held an encyclopedia in front of his chest, authorities in the state of Minnesota said in court documents. www.newswatch.ng #manslaughter #youtube #monalisaperez #socialmedia

A 19-year-old US woman faces a #manslaughter charge after fatally shooting her boyfriend in a YouTube stunt gone wrong, with the sheriff on Thursday dismissing claims that it was an accident.

#MonalisaPerez shot 22-year-old aspiring YouTube star #PedroRuiz on Monday after he convinced her to fire at him with a powerful handgun from about a foot (30 centimeters) away, while he held an encyclopedia in front of his chest, authorities in the state of #Minnesota said in court documents.

Ruiz had presented another book, with a bullet hole on one side and no exit hole, as evidence that the encyclopedia would stop the bullet, police said. "Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever," Perez wrote Monday on Twitter. "HIS idea not MINE." Ruiz died at the scene from a single gunshot wound to the chest.

Police recovered a .50 caliber pistol used in the stunt, which was filmed by GoPro cameras that Ruiz had set up.

Ruiz had been trying to build an online following by performing dangerous stunts, according to police and media reports.

He and Perez had a YouTube channel called "#LaMonaLisa," with videos dating back one month in which the couple published accounts of their daily lives.

The couple have a three-year-old daughter who reportedly witnessed the incident.

Family and friends told US media that the death was an accident. They said Ruiz had been talking about #program

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Our #Pettyfam @italrishvixen @hizonlyone_ and I were just discussing tragedies that could come from the desire to perform outlandish stunts for #socialmedia in the #comments of another post! This is so sad!! 😢 A pregnant 19-year-old aspiring #YouTube star’s boyfriend is dead after she shot him in the chest in a video stunt gone wrong, according to a criminal complaint filed on Wednesday.

Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton said in a statement that #MonalisaPerez of Minnesota was arrested after she shot her boyfriend #PedroRuizIII, 22, in the chest. According to court documents, she shot him with a gold #DesertEagle .50 caliber handgun — considered one of the most powerful pistols in the world — in the grass outside their home while he held up a hardcover encyclopedia to block the bullet.

The criminal complaint added that the incident came about because Ruiz wanted to make a YouTube video in order to grow the following they had on their YouTube channel.

They set up a #GoPro camera on the back of a car and put another camera on a nearby ladder on Monday evening. Once they were filming, Perez picked up the Desert Eagle and shot the book Ruiz held in front of his chest. The bullet traveled through the book and hit Ruiz in the chest.

Perez then called 911 at 6:30 p.m. local time on Monday to report the she had accidentally shot her boyfriend in the chest, according to court documents. He was pronounced dead at the scene of a single gunshot wound to the chest.

Ruiz had practiced shooting books and showed off one that a bullet did not penetrate in order to convince Perez.
Perez, who shot Ruiz from about a foot away, was charged with second-degree manslaughter, according to court documents. She faces up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of $20,000.
“The case remains under investigation by the Norman County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota BCA,” Thornton said in a statement.

A 19-year old pregnant woman from #Minnesota #fatally #shot her #HiSPANICHEiGHTS boyfriend Monday when a “#prank” she intended to post to her #YouTube channel went wrong, #police say.

#MonalisaPerez was #arrested and charged with #manslaughter after she allegedly #shot boyfriend #PedroRuiz III, 22, in his chest from close range with a .#50caliber #DesertEagle pistol. The #stunt was to be recorded and posted to their YouTube channel, which features many pranks and videos centering around internet #trends.

On the day of the incident, Perez tweeted out that she and Ruiz were “probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever,” and Ruiz’s aunt, Claudia Ruiz, told Valley News Live that her nephew had spoken about performing the stunt for a long while.

According to the criminal complaint obtained by Heavy, Ruiz was supposed to hold a thick book on his chest as Perez shot it with the pistol. Perez told police that Ruiz had previously shown her a book that he shot with the gun where the bullet didn’t go all the way through, so the plan #hispanicheights go to hispanicheights.com for the rest of the #video link in bio #Dominican #puertorican #peruvian #ecuadorian #honduran #cuban #brazilian #venezolana #mexican #latina #latino #HiSPANICHEiGHTS.COM

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