Michelle Carter, woman convicted in texting-suicide case, has completed her probation

Michelle Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in her boyfriend's texting suicide, has completed her parole, a court official said.
Carter, then 17, urged her suicidal boyfriend Conrad Roy III to kill himself in a series of text messages in 2014, including: "Just do it baby."
READ: All the texts between Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy on the anniversary of his death
During a court hearing, a judge determined that Carter had caused Roy's death when, in a phone call, she ordered him back into his parked truck, which he had rigged to fill it with deadly carbon monoxide.
Carter was sentenced to 15 months in prison in February 2019. She was released from the Bristol County Jail in January 2020 after having more than three months cut from her sentence for good behavior.
Following Michelle Carter's release from prison, the Roy family continues to push Conrad's Law
Carter has been on probation since her release, but a Massachusetts Probation Service spokesman confirmed her probation period ended on August 1, 2022.
The conditions of her pronation, which included mental health testing, are no longer in place. Among other restrictions, she was forbidden to profit from her case.
A Hulu television series based on Carter's case, The Girl from Plainville, premiered earlier this year. Elle Fanning plays Carter.
The girl from Plainville
Carter's criminal case garnered national attention, including an HBO special, as it raised legal questions about free speech and offered a disturbing look at teenage relationships and depression.
Carter and Roy both lived in Massachusetts but met in Florida in 2012 while both were on vacation with their families.
Both teenagers suffered from depression.
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