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Source:  Entertainment Tonight

Michelle Carter, who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for her involvement in Conrad Roy’s 2014 suicide, is the subject of Erin Lee Carr’s latest documentary, “I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter.”

The film examines the Massachusetts’ trial, dubbed the “Texting Suicide Case,” about a teenage girl deemed responsible for sending texts that seemed to encourage her boyfriend to kill himself.

The case became a national news sensation and sparked a debate around digital technology, social media, and mental health.

“I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter” premieres on back-to-back nights on July 9 and  July 10 on HBO.

Read the story at Entertainment Tonight.

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