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A wannabe YouTube star who shot her boyfriend dead in a botched prank they hoped would make them famous has been jailed for six months.

Instead of the bullet lodging in the book as planned, it accidentally passed through, killing 22-year-old Ruiz in front of the couple's three-year-old child and nearly 30 onlookers at the pair's Halstad home.

Monalisa Perez admitted shooting her boyfriend, Pedro Ruiz, in the chest with a 50-caliber handgun. She was sentenced to six months' imprisonment.

Brue told the Star-Tribune Monday, "I expect her to be sentenced with what is outlined [in the December 2017 plea agreement]".

A few hours before the ill-fated video, Perez had written on social media that the stunt was "one of the most unsafe videos ever" and was Mr Ruiz's idea, not hers.

The couple, who had been dating for five years, thought the book would stop the bullet and had meant to post the video on YouTube.

She has also been permanently banned from owning firearms. She also told her that the Ruiz family doesn't hate her, but a scoff could be heard from one of Ruiz's loved ones as she said those words, WDAY reported.

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Perez had previously experimented and thought that the thick book would protect him.

The reality [is] that this foolish stunt was dreamed up, planned, and executed by Pedro Ruiz, and the defendant wrongfully and tragically relied on his assurances that the stunt was safe.

Perez expressed her remorse through her attorney, Public Defender Eric Gudmundson, but didn't speak in court.

Numerous videos featured the couple doing "pranks", "stunts", and "challenges" and some videos featured their three-year-old daughter. "HIS idea not MINE", she wrote. The victim, Pedro Ruiz III, was her boyfriend and the father of her two children.

The couple's YouTube channel is still active and its videos have accumulated 5.3million views.

Perez and Ruiz had been together almost six years at the time of the incident. Between now and 2020, she must serve 30 days in jail each year by June 26, which is the anniversary of Ruiz's death. The state is in the midst of a pilot project that is allowing media cameras at sentencings with a judge's consent.