Obdulia Sanchez has been freed from a California prison just 26 months after causing the death of her 14-year-old sister in a drunk driving crash — while also livestreaming on Instagram.
Sanchez, now 20, was paroled Sept. 21, according to central California’s Merced Sun-Star. She’d been sentenced to 76 months behind bars, but was reportedly released early on the the grounds of good behavior after serving just over two years.
A second 14-year-old was also injured in the fatal July 2017 crash in which Sanchez flipped her car more than an hour before blowing a .106 on a breathalyzer test. Following the single-car smash-up, Sanchez livestreamed her dying sister on the ground and conceded, “I know I’m going to jail for life all right?”
She’s also seen matter-of-factly stating on video, “This is the last thing I wanted to happen to us, but it just did” and telling her sister, “I’m sorry baby, I did not mean to kill you.”
A spokesman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the Merced Sun-Star Sanchez completed rehabilitative programs that made her eligible for release.
“Sanchez received milestone credits for successful completion of approved rehabilitative or educational programs,” the spokesman said.
Prior to the fatal accident that killed her sibling, Sanchez videotaped the trio of young ladies goofing around in the car before it hit the shoulder of the road, causing her to panic and flip the vehicle.
Sanchez’s Instagram account, which she writes under using the handle Money.queen209, is now private. Its title page reads “RIP Jaqueline Sanchez Estrada” as well as “F--k Everybody Against me.”