YouTube prankster admits to carrying gun to kill

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A YouTube prankster from the US state of Minnesota has admitted to fatally your friend shoot hoped in a stunt Video, it would go viral.

Monalisa Perez, 20, told investigators they fired a cannon about a foot away, in a book kept by Pedro Ruiz III, at 26. June.

She said she expects the bullet to embed harmlessly in the volume. Ruiz, 22, died of a gunshot to the chest.

Perez pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter on Friday.

Her plea deal to bring her to serve six months in prison and 10 years supervised probation.

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Perez is also said to be banned for life from owning firearms.

The couple of videos posted files, your pranks, a YouTube channel, in a quest for internet fame, according to the court.


Previous stunts had included, Ruiz fall from a tree, or a dip in the swimming pool from the top of a house, or Perez, and feed him a Donut covered in baby powder instead of sugar.

In a tweet hours sent prior to the lethal weapon clip, Perez tweeted to her followers that she and Ruiz “shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever”.

Perez later told investigators Ruiz convinced had you to participate by showing their other books, which he had shot, where the ball-not through to the other side.

You used a GoPro camera to film as Ruiz a 1.5 in (4cm) thick hardcover held-encyclopedia on his chest.

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Perez has a Desert Eagle .50 caliber gun on the book and pulled the trigger.

The couple’s three-year-old child, and nearly 30 spectators looked on.

Perez called the report to 911, she had accidentally shot her boyfriend.

Ruiz was pronounced dead at the scene in her apartment in Halstad

Perez was pregnant work with your second child in the time of the shooting.

Perez will be sentenced in February.