Hiccup Girl News
'Hiccup Girl' Returns to Court in Murder Trial
Jennifer Mee, who famously hiccupped for five weeks, is on trial for murder.
Jurors Hear 'Hiccup Girl' Jennifer Mee's Jailhouse Confession in Murder Trial
Prosecutors played a jailhouse call in the murder trial of Jennifer Mee, known as the "Hiccup Girl," where she is heard telling her mother that she "didn't kill nobody" but she "set everything up." Mee, 22, who gained national fame when she was 15 years old because her hiccups lasted for five
Psychologist Finds 'Hiccup Girl' Competent to Stand Trial For Murder
The murder trial of Jennifer Mee , known as "Hiccup Girl," began today after a brief delay in which a psychologist evaluated the Florida woman and deemed her competent to stand trial. The judge ordered the evaluation for Mee today after the 22-year-old's attorney said he recently discovered she was
Maine Man Hiccups for 13 Days and Counting
We're going to turn to a medical mystery of the most annoying kind. A man in me hasn't been able to stop hiccupping for 13, agonizing days. The poor guy went to the hospital seeking help. Reenblatt is here with his story. Reporter: We're talking about a rare medical condition, called the persistent
Hiccup Girl Faces Judge in Murder Case
A judge on Friday will decide whether to keep Jennifer Mee in jail without bail.
Mother Shocked By 'Hiccup' Girl's Arrest
A grand jury in Florida must decide if Jennifer me faces first degree murder charges me is a young woman who strange medical condition first roster into the media media spotlight for years ago. She was fifteen Aaron and suffered from chronic hiccup in an odd case but not odd. As a turn that has led
'Hiccup Girl,' 19, Charged With First-Degree Murder
A Florida woman who gained national attention for hiccuping nonstop for five weeks has confessed to killing a man in a robbery gone wrong, according to police. Jennifer Mee, 19, was charged along with two men in the murder of 22-year-old Shannon Griffin in St. Petersburg, Fla. Saturday. Mee lured
Hiccup Girl's Murder Defense: She Has Tourette's, Says Lawyer
The lawyer, for a Florida teen famous for her non-stop hiccupping and now facing trial for murder, says he may employ an unusual defense for his client – she has Tourette's syndrome. Jennifer Mee, 19, has been charged with first degree murder. Police accuse Mee of luring a young man she met online
'Hiccup' Girl Charged With Murder
Florida teenager once known as the pick girl has been charged with murder. Nineteen year old Jennifer and may has admitted to luring a man to a home in saint Saturday where he was robbed. By two men and shot. And may gain national attention a few years ago when she couldn't stop pick for five weeks.