CLEARWATER, Fla. (970 WFLA) - During the latest day of testimony in the Jennifer Mee murder trial, jurors listened to a recorded phone conversation between Mee and her mother right after Mee was arrested on murder charges in 2010.
In the call, Mee's mother asks Mee who she killed. Mee responds "I didn't kill nobody."
"Then how are they charging you with first degree murder?," her mother asks.
"I set everyting up," said Mee. "It all went wrong. It wasn't supposed to happen like that."
Mee's attorney, John Trevena, tried to prevent that tape from being played to the jury, but Judge Nancy Moate Ley allowed it.
Mee, once known as the "Hiccup Girl", is accused of luring Shannon Griffin to a St. Pete alley to buy pot. There, he was ambused by two others where he was shot and killed. One of Mee's co-defendants has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison.