The California teen who livestreamed the alleged DUI crash which killed her 14-year-old sister and injured her sister’s girlfriend last month has spoken out.
In a Friday interview from prison, 18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez told NBC Fresno affiliate KSEE that the footage of the crash was jarring.
"I didn't even know I looked like a monster — like, I look like a freaking horrible monster," Sanchez said. "That was not my intention at all."
Sanchez has been charged with drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter. AOL reported that her car went off the road while she was livestreaming.
"That's when I just started freaking out," Sanchez said. "And then I look in the back seat and there's nobody in the back seat, and that's when I started freaking out."
Sanchez's sister Jacqueline and her girlfriend, both age 14, were ejected from the car. She livestreamed while posing next to her sister’s dead body.
"I f***ing killed my sister, OK? I know I'm going to jail for life," Sánchez says in the video. "This is the last thing I wanted to happen, OK? I don't f***ing care though, I'm going to hold it down. Rest in peace, sweetie. If you don't survive, I am so f***ing sorry."
In her interview, Sanchez talked about how popular livestreaming is.
"We do it all the time — all the time," she said. "Trust me, it's like a reflex. Like I haven't crashed, you know?"
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