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A prospective juror for the sentencing trial of the Parkland school shooter asked the judge to dismiss her from duty because she is too busy juggling her husband and ‘sugar daddy.’

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Jury selection began on Monday in the penalty phase of the trial of Nikolas Cruz, who killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where he was once a student, on Valentine’s Day in 2018.

The selected jurors will determine whether Cruz will receive the death penalty or face life in prison for one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S history.

During the proceeding, Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer asked if she had missed anyone with concerns or questions, according to courtroom video obtained by Fox News.

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A prospective juror, who eventually identifies herself as “Miss Bristol” can be heard off camera saying, “This is a whole entire month. First of all let me clarify myself, July second is my birthday, July Fourth is my son, and the 18th is my other son.”

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The judge tells her to slow down before asking her to clarify the dates in July that she is unavailable.

“July seventh, July fourth, and July 18th,” Bristol said. “And again, I need to figure out something. I have my sugar daddy that I see every day.”

The stone-faced judge eyeballs Bristol, “I’m sorry?”, to which Bristol repeats, “My sugar daddy.”

Scherer starts to stammer out a question before Bristol interrupts her.

“I’m married, and I have my sugar daddy,” she explains. “I see him every day.”

“Okay. All right,” Scherer says. “Ma’am, we’ll come back to you, Okay? Thank you.”

Bristol was one of several who asked to be dismissed from the case.

In all, 12 jurors and eight alternates will be selected. Bristol will not be one of them.

The sentencing phase of Cruz’s murder trial is expected to begin in June and wrap in September, Fox reported.


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A prospective juror for the sentencing trial of the Parkland school shooter asked the judge to dismiss her from duty because she is too busy juggling her husband and ‘sugar daddy.’

Article content

Jury selection began on Monday in the penalty phase of the trial of Nikolas Cruz, who killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where he was once a student, on Valentine’s Day in 2018.

The selected jurors will determine whether Cruz will receive the death penalty or face life in prison for one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S history.

During the proceeding, Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer asked if she had missed anyone with concerns or questions, according to courtroom video obtained by Fox News.

We apologize, but this video has failed to load.

A prospective juror, who eventually identifies herself as “Miss Bristol” can be heard off camera saying, “This is a whole entire month. First of all let me clarify myself, July second is my birthday, July Fourth is my son, and the 18th is my other son.”

Article content

The judge tells her to slow down before asking her to clarify the dates in July that she is unavailable.

“July seventh, July fourth, and July 18th,” Bristol said. “And again, I need to figure out something. I have my sugar daddy that I see every day.”

The stone-faced judge eyeballs Bristol, “I’m sorry?”, to which Bristol repeats, “My sugar daddy.”

Scherer starts to stammer out a question before Bristol interrupts her.

“I’m married, and I have my sugar daddy,” she explains. “I see him every day.”

“Okay. All right,” Scherer says. “Ma’am, we’ll come back to you, Okay? Thank you.”

Bristol was one of several who asked to be dismissed from the case.

In all, 12 jurors and eight alternates will be selected. Bristol will not be one of them.

The sentencing phase of Cruz’s murder trial is expected to begin in June and wrap in September, Fox reported.

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