Hiccup Girl Convicted
The girl who made headlines for her uncontrollable hiccups as a teenager will now spend the rest of her life behind bars. Friday a Pinellas County jury convicted Jennifer Mee of first degree murder.
Prosecutors say back in 2010, Mee willingly lured a 22-year-old man to an alley where he was robbed, and then killed. A jailhouse phone call that Mee made to her mother admitting her involvement was entered into evidence.
Prosecutors played the call during closing arguments. A jury has already convicted one of her friends in the case and another one is awaiting trial.
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