A woman who was the first to be found not guilty of murdering a girl found to be a stranger than paradise in the new documentary Stranger Than Paradise.
Striker Gina Alves was initially found not to be guilty of killing 17-year-old Evelyn Lopes in the US state of Minnesota.
However, in a case that could have led to the death penalty for her, the jury of nine women and five men found the 29-year old guilty of second-degree murder.
Alves, who was initially acquitted of the crime, became the first person in the history of the US to be convicted of second degree murder and the first woman to be given a death sentence in the country.
“It’s a very difficult situation,” said prosecutor Mike Anderson during a recent press conference.
“I think it was very difficult for the court and the jurors to decide.
It was a difficult decision.”
Ms Alves’ lawyers argued that the crime of second to none was not a crime.
They argued that a person would not be a “stranger” if they did not have friends, family and friends.
In the first season of the documentary, which will air on Fox Sports 2, viewers will be able to catch a glimpse of Ms Alves life and her relationships with people.
During the trial, the woman was asked if she felt she was a “socially awkward person” and if she believed she was “different” from other girls.
“I was not shy and I wasn’t nervous and I had no intention to hurt anybody,” she replied.
The verdict will be read on Friday, September 14.