*Update: Jennifer Mee was found guilty Friday of first-degree murder. A Florida judge sentenced the 22-year-old to life in prison.
The Florida woman who became famous in 2007 due to her prolonged hiccupping episodes, has been charged with first-degree murder.
Jennifer Mee is accused in the 2010 death of Shannon Griffin. Prosecutors contend Mee lured Griffin, whom she befriended on social media, to a home in St. Petersburg, Florida to buy marijuana. Instead, two of Mee's friends allegedly robbed him at gunpoint. Griffin was shot multiple times.
The 22-year-old’s attorney John Trevena claimed that his client was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome in the past. More recently, Trevena added that Mee had also been diagnosed with schizophrenia. However, a psychologist evaluated Mee this week and deemed her competent to stand trial.
“[If] she didn't actually pull the trigger here ... the question is ... maybe she's overcharged?” HLN host Lynn Berry said to Dr. Drew Thursday night.
Watch the full discussion in the video box above.
If convicted, Mee faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.