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'Hiccup Girl' found guilty of murder

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  • Jennifer Mee sentenced to life in prison for 2010 shooting death of Shannon Griffin
  • Mee became famous in 2007 for bout of uncontrollable hiccupping
'Hiccup Girl' found guilty of murder

'Hiccup girl' sentenced to life in prison

'Hiccup girl' sentenced to life in prison

'Hiccup Girl' schizophrenic?

'Hiccup Girl' schizophrenic?

The girl who was known for an extended bout of hiccups will now spend the rest of her life behind bars.

Jennifer Mee sobbed Friday in court as she learned she had been found guilty of first-degree murder. A Florida judge sentenced the 22-year-old to life in prison without parole for the 2010 shooting death of Shannon Griffin.

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According to authorities,Mee befriended Griffin online, then lured him to a home to buy marijuana. Police say Mee led Griffin to the back of the home, where two men -- Laron Raiford and Lamont Newton -- robbed him at gunpoint. Authorities said Griffin was shot and killed in the altercation.

Although police indicated Mee did not pull the trigger, she was still charged in Griffin’s death because she arranged the robbery.

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Raiford was convicted in August and sentenced to life in prison. Newton has yet to stand trial.

Mee shot to fame in 2007 and dubbed "Hiccup Girl" after suffering from hiccups for more than a month.

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