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Teen Girl, 18, Awaiting Manslaughter Trial For Friend’s Suicide, Spotted At Disney World

Fri, May 29, 2015 4:53pm EDT by 5 Comments
Michelle Carter Facebook
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Despite her upcoming trial for manslaughter, eighteen year old honor student Michelle Carter is still posting pics of her exciting social life, including a recent trip to Disney World. Now Conrad Roy III’s family, who is still reeling from his death, is livid that she continues to flaunt her fun life, while showing no remorse for their loss.

Michelle Carter, 18, isn’t letting a little thing like an upcoming trial for manslaughter, for her role in the death of Conrad Roy III, 18, stop her from enjoying her senior year of high school. Despite being banned from using social media by the judge in her case, Michelle’s mom has been posting pictures on her Facebook page of the teen living the fun filled life of a typical American teenager.

If Michelle is effected by the death of Conrad you wouldn’t be able to tell by looking at her social media accounts. The teenager has been having her mom post pictures of everything from her senior prom to a trip to Disney World to fun nights out with friends. Conrad’s family has found the pictures to be deeply hurtful. “To see her awaiting her manslaughter trial on a trip to Disney World with her friends, going to school competitions and going off to prom – it just seems like she doesn’t understand the gravity of the actions that have led to the case against her,” his aunt Becki Maki told the Boston Herald.

Michelle Carter: Conrad Roy III’s Suicide — Charged With Manslaughter

Earlier this year, Michelle was charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly sending Conrad, her rumored boyfriend, a series of text messages encouraging him to end his life. Conrad died of carbon monoxide poisoning after climbing into his own idling truck in the parking lot of a Fairhaven Kmart on July 13, 2014. Michelle faces up to twenty years in prison if convicted of the charges.

Our condolences to everyone involved in this tragic event.

— Alex Cramer