Minnesota Woman Killed her Boyfriend Accidentally During Making Prank Video

This shocking news from state Minnesota where a woman killed her boyfriend Monday by shooting at a book which is held by him before his chest. The 19 years old Monalisa Perez was trying to make a prank video with her boyfriend for sharing on their YouTube channel.

Perez is also  7 months old pregnant. She was called by 911 on Monday evening for investigation According to her statement that she has given to a Norman Country Sheriff’s Department, she had accidentally shot her boyfriend in the chest during making a video.

Now she has been charged with 2nd-degree manslaughter. CNN cannot reach to the public for their comment to defend the Parez because there is nothing any hidden truth.

This couple had one child before and were expecting their second child. Ruiz’s aunt told CNN affiliate  KVLY “They were in love. They loved each other. It was just a prank gone wrong, It shouldn’t have happened like this. It shouldn’t have happened at all”.

He thought the book would stop the bullet

Perez told the police during investigation that her boyfriend wanted to make a viral video by shooting at a book. So he held the book on his chest and convinced me to shoot at him. He had believed that book will stop the bullet.

Parez further explained that her boyfriend Predo convinced me that it will be the safe stunt by showing me a different book that he was previously shot, and that time bullet didn’t go all the way through. So he set up the two cameras to film the whole incident. He has believed that this dangerous stunt would go viral on youtube.

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So, Parez fired the bullet from a foot away with a.50-caliber Eagle handgun when he held a book to his chest. But bullet did not stop and Ruiz died with just single gunshot on his chest.

Their thinking was wrong about to stop the bullet

Aunt  of Predo told KVLYI don’t know why they thought the book was supposed to stop the bullet.

According to the criminal statement, the video of this incident is not published publicly and being treated as evidence. On Monday night Parez tweeted on her twitter account before making this video “me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. HIS idea not MINE”.

Parez will face punishment up to 10 years in jail and fine up to $20,000 if she is convicted of the manslaughter charge against her. Now she has been released on bail on a condition that she cannot possess firearms. She will be back again on July 5.

here is the video of one of their scary stunt.