Derek Medina was sentenced to
Though Medina correctly predicted his prison sentence at the time, he now thinks his sentencing is part of some larger corruption conspiracy. Medina did not testify during his
"Focus, Barack Obama, president, on this corruptive world that I will be suing," Medina told the court.
"I will be suing this world," Medina continued. "Not only that, Unfriended, the movie by Universal Pictures, came out with a movie before my trial, which was unfair. OK. Which was
Unfriended was a low-budget 2014 teen horror movie with a social media theme. It features a mysterious killer tormenting teens on the
Medina's comments begin the video below at about the 7:10 mark.
Medina was found guilty back in November. Defense attorneys tried to claim
The incident occurred at the couple's South Miami townhouse. Alonso's young daughter from a previous relationship was in the home at the
Miami-Dade County Judge Yvonne Colodny issued a quick sentence today.
"You foretold your future," said Colodny. "You wrote on Facebook that 'I am going to prison,' and that is where you will be going."
Update: Medina will not be eligible for parole.
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