The internet world really has its way of making old stuff new to the eyes of many and making them aware of a past story that is really disturbing to even be repeatedly featured in various social media platforms.
The story of Isabella Guzman, 25 is one of these many stories that recently resurfaced on social media. The said clip of Isabella while wearing an orange prison uniform and was inside a court was reportedly taken back in 2013. The girl was charged with first-degree murder.
According to Hype, Isabella’s case has been a hot topic for people in the United States for the past 7 years but this short clip of her presence inside the court became viral again after a TikTok user dubbed the video with Ava Maxx’s famous hit “Sweet but Psycho”, referring to her gorgeous look and the inhumane act she committed.
In the said clip, Isabella is seen making her way inside the court with a lawyer, when she catches a camera focusing on her, she lets out a cute smile, as if she was smiling while randomly strolling at a park. Another part of the clip shows Isabella on the verge of tears but in just a few seconds, she suddenly had a change of facial expression when she spots another camera.
Isabella was reportedly on the court after she was the prime suspect on the murder of her own mother who was stabbed 79 times.
Ryan Hoy, Isabella’s step-dad reported the horrifying crime when he discovered the body of his wife in the bathroom. Hoy reportedly saw blood flowing out of the bathroom door before opening the door and finding Isabella holding a knife. Isabella then left the scene without saying anything.
When the police arrived at the crime scene, the body of Isabella’s mother, Yun-Mi Hoy, was lying on the ground next to a baseball bat. Originally, it was reported that her mother was stabbed 79 times – 31 stabs to the face and 48 stab wounds to the neck. Later on, an autopsy revealed there were a total of 151 stab wounds.
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Because of the brutality of the crime, there were many media outlets who covered the case. Then, when the verdict came, Isabella was found not guilty of the crime. This is because test results showed that she was suffering from a mental illness called paranoid schizophrenia.
However, she is now being treated at Pueblo Psychiatric Hospital, Colorado.