TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - One woman entered a guilty plea, but mentally ill, to stabbing her boyfriend, Corey Pryor to death.
Jomanda Gee pleaded guilty to a charge of voluntary manslaughter on Thursday.
She'll be sentenced on April, 20th.
The agreement stipulates she cannot be sentenced to more than 16-years in prison.
The stabbing happened at 4th and Oak Streets in September of 2014.
Pryor had several stab wounds to his chest.
Police say an argument between Gee and Pryor turned physical, which led to the stabbing.
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