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Bresha Meadows is back home after serving time for shooting her father.

The Ohio teen who gunned down her abusive father walked free this weekend.

WLWT 5 reports that Meadows’ mother emailed The Vindicator last week to announce that her daughter would come home on Sunday. She had been serving an eight-month sentence after pleading guilty to delinquency by reason of involuntary manslaughter last May. As part of a plea deal, the Ohio teen had admitted to shooting her 41-year-old father at their home in July 2016, when she was just 14.

Bresha, now 16 years old, was later sentenced to serving two months in a juvenile detention before being moved to a mental health facility for an additional six months.

According to Ebony, now that she is free, Bresha will be going back to high school as a junior.  WMFJ reports that she is excited to come home and get back into normal life.


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