Stockton teen 'broken apart' after streaming sister's death, Lawyer says

Stockton teen 'broken apart' after streaming sister's death, Lawyer says

Stockton teen 'broken apart' after streaming sister's death, Lawyer says

The Merced County District Attorney's Office on Wednesday charged 18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez of Stockton with vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving. Sanchez is due back in court Friday where her Public Defender plans to ask for her bail to be reduced or removed so she can get out of jail. It remained unclear whether she had an attorney at this point. "I (expletive) killed my sister, okay?"

The girlfriend of the 14-year-old Stockton, California girl killed in livestreamed auto crash is blaming not the victim's sister who was behind the wheel, but social media, for Jacqueline Sanchez's death.

The Department of Motor Vehicles confirmed Sanchez has a prior conviction for reckless diving when she was 14. The video then recorded the vehicle crashing.

Authorities say Sanchez livestreamed herself driving and then losing control of a auto that rolled over Friday northwest of Fresno. Jacqueline Sanchez was not wearing a seatbelt when the vehicle crashed, the Daily Mail reports.

Her defense attorney has requested all the information on the case, including medical records and the 911 call made by Sanchez.

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The other girl in the auto, identified as Jaqueline's girlfriend, Manuela Seja, was injured.

Sanchez recorded the entire thing, filming herself over her sister's bloodied body, apologizing, and begging her to wake up. "I'm sorry baby. I'ma hold it down".

"People need to know these things can happen", Hernandez said, adding that she had gotten a range of responses from anger to gratitude. "We don't know that she was drunk that's the allegation", Samrao said. He cautioned against a rush to judgment based on the video footage from the incident that she posted online, and he stressed that it was early in the process as he continues to gather information about what happened. "I killed my sister. I know I'm going to jail for life, I understand that", Sanchez says in the video.

Obdulia had just graduated high school, her father, Nicandro Sanchez, told local media, but "had a lot of problems", noting that she had spent the past two years in child protective services.

He also chastised those who have been attacking his client on social media, revealing that the 18-year-old had been in foster care and was a victim of human sex trafficking.

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