Prosecutors played a jailhouse call in the murder trial of Jennifer Mee, known as the "Hiccup Girl," where she is heard telling her ... because she was treated with drugs used to treat Tourette syndrome. ABC News' Alyssa Newcomb …
It was later determined Mee is competent to stand trial. Assistant State Attorney Christopher LaBruzzo ... When Mee …
The infamous Hiccup Girl, Jennifer Mee’s attorney has put a major hiccup in the opening statement of her murder trial that left the Judge speechless. During Tuesday’s opening statements is when her attorney, John Trevina, informed the …
According to CNN affiliate Bay News 9 ... The spotlight on Mee after the arrest, and during her trial, stood in contrast to the attention she got in 2007. That's when she earned the nickname "Hiccup Girl" for having hiccups lasting more than …
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CLEARWATER — Jury selection has begun in the first-degree murder trial of Jennifer Mee, otherwise known as the “Hiccup Girl.” In 2007, 19-year-old Mee became known to millions as “Hiccup Girl” after her inability to stop hiccuping …
CLEARWATER — Convicted of first-degree murder last month in the death of a man she met online, “Hiccup Girl” Jennifer Mee and her lawyers asked a judge for a new trial Wednesday. Mee’s lawyers argued her case deserves another look, …
The "hiccup girl" is on trial for first-degree murder in the 2010 slaying of a 22-year-old man she allegedly lured to a house and killed with the help of two others in an apparent drug robbery gone wrong. Jennifer Mee, 22, had suffered throughout …
The other two accused are the "Hiccup Girl" Jennifer Mee, 22, and Lamont Antonio Newton ... When jurors were selected for Raiford's trial earlier this week, Judge Ley instructed them not to read news media coverage or other information …
A Florida woman who became famous for her uncontrollable hiccupping was found guilty of first-degree murder Friday night and will serve ... The verdict and five-day trial was a sad end to a chapter in Mee's short and sad life. Her …
Jennifer Mee, who rose to brief fame in 2007 with her uncontrollable hiccuping, is now on trial in Florida for a first-degree murder charge from 2010. Mee was 15 when she went on the Today show as "Hiccup Girl," but she's now facing a life …