A woman who shot her boyfriend in the chest for a YouTube prank has been jailed for manslaughter



  • Monalisa Perez shot Pedro Ruiz in the chest with a Desert Eagle for a YouTube prank in Halstad, Minnesota, last year.
  • Perez was holding a thick encyclopaedia which the pair thought would stop the bullet.
  • It didn’t, and Perez died at the scene in front of a large crowd who were watching.
  • Perez struck a plea deal with Minnesota authorities and will spend 90 days in jail and 90 under house arrest.

A woman who shot her boyfriend in the chest and inadvertently killed him while trying to film a prank video for YouTube has been jailed.

Monalisa Perez, 20, was convicted of second-degree manslaughter for firing a Desert Eagle handgun into the chest of Pedro Ruiz, 22, outside their home in Halstad, Minnesota.

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