A Minnesota woman pleads guilty to a fatally shooting her boyfriend in a videotaped stunt on YouTube.

Monalisa Perez, age 20, pleads guilty to the second-degree manslaughter in the June death of 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz III, The Star Tribune reported. Perez also has two young children with Ruiz.

Perez had told investigators they were making a video shooting a bullet into a hardcover encyclopedia that he was holding on his chest, according to the court records.

Perez says she fired a .50-caliber Desert Eagle pistol from a foot away. As Ruiz died from the gunshot wound to the chest. The two cameras recording the incident, was withheld by investigators.

The couple had a YouTube channel and they posted videos of various pranks and stunts. Just hours before the shooting, Perez tweeted:

“Me and Pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. HIS idea not MINE.”

https://twitter.com/monalisaperez5/status/879459393145888768?lang=en

Ruiz’s aunt, Lisa Primeau, said her nephew was always “putting a dangerous twist on everything he did.” She said that included jumping from the top of the house into a swimming pool.

Perez will be sentenced in February and her plea calls for her to serve 6 six months with 10 years of supervised probation.

According to other documents, she will be prohibited from profiting off the video and barred for life from having a gun.