Second Acts

'Hiccup Girl' Charged with Murder

Jennifer Mee became famous in 2007 after she came down with a case of the hiccups that lasted for five weeks; you may have caught her on the Today Show or other news shows at the time. Her hiccups eventually went away, but now she’s in the news again: She was recently charged with murder. Mee and two others are accused of killing Shannon A. Griffin in an armed robbery. He was found with “several gunshot wounds to his upper body,” according to St. Petersburg Police. Mee is accused of luring Griffin to the scene of the crime. She could face the death penalty.