Hiccup girls

Hiccup girl or Jennifer Mee who was accused of killing a man during a robber will be defended by a lawyer. Her mother, Rachel Robidoux  said that she has hired a lawyer to fight murder charges.

The "Hiccup girls" Mom also said that her daughter is not a Cold Blooded Killer. Jennifer Mee, 19, once plagued by uncontrollable hiccups, was arrested and charged Sunday - along with two men, Laron Raiford and Lamont Newton - hours after Shannon Griffin was allegedly lured to a vacant home, where he was robbed of between $50 and $60 and killed. 
He was shot several times, according to cops.

The lawyer, John Trevino, met with Mee for the first time on Monday night, at a jail in Pinellas County, Florida, where she is behind held without bail.

"She's extremely emotional," Trevino said.

"During parts of our visitation she was crying. She has absolutely no prior record. She's never been to jail. This is a devastating experience for her."

Robidoux told in a previous interview that her daughter had "spiraled downwards" after beginning to date one of the men charged in the killing -- has not yet seen her daughter.

"I don't know when I'm going to be able to see her yet," she said, "I haven't spoken with Jennifer since last night (Sunday)."

The victim "friended" 'Hiccup Girl' on a social networking site last week, and the two exchanged messages in subsequent days, according to St. Petersburg, Florida, police.

Law enforcement authorities do not believe Mee or Griffin, a Wal-Mart employee who had recently moved to Florida from the Gulf Coast, knew each other prior to their online encounter.

After telling family members around 10 pm that he was heading out to meet a woman, Griffin rode his scooter to a vacant home where he had his first face-to-face encounter with Mee, police said.

Mee led Griffin around to the back, where Raiford and Newton were armed and waiting, according to police.

Trevino said he planned to re-address the issue of bond.



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