Who Is Wanetta Gibson and Where Is She Now?
is a copywriter who has worked in the advertising and marketing industry for over 20 years. Wanetta Gibson is currently a copywriter at an ad agency in Atlanta, Georgia.
is a convicted murderer and sex offender who is currently serving a life sentence in prison. She was born in Ohio on July 10, 1977.
In February of 2003, Gibson was arrested for the stabbing death of her then-boyfriend, Reginald Denny. Gibson was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
In May of 2006, Gibson pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated sexual assault against a five-year-old girl. The victim told investigators that Gibson had touched her inappropriately while they were playing together in a park. Gibson was sentenced to 11 years in prison for this crime.
Childhood was always one that was full of love. She was born on September 15, 1990 in Oklahoma City to Karen and James Gibson. She loved spending time with her cousins, going to the park, and playing with her toys. Although she always had a great childhood, it wasn’t always easy. When Wanetta was five years old, her family experienced a lot of tragedy when her aunt died in a car accident. However, even through all of this pain, Gibson still managed to maintain a strong relationship with her aunt and cousins.
Throughout high school, Gibson enjoyed doing many things: she played basketball for her school team, participated in choir and theater productions, ran track and cross country, and studied various subjects in school. However, one thing that she really loved doing was modeling for local print advertisements. It was during this time that Gibson started to gain some recognition within the modeling industry. Shortly
The Murder Trial
was arrested in May of 2009 and charged with the murder of her husband, Ronald Gibson. The trial began on November 3rd 2010 and ended on April 25th 2011. Wanetta was found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Since her arrest, Wanetta has been in a mental institution. She is scheduled to be released in 2020.
After the conviction
is a woman who was arrested in 2007 and convicted of first-degree murder. She was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Gibson has always maintained her innocence, and has recently filed a petition for a new trial.
Gibson was released from prison on January 17, 2016 after serving 10 years of her sentence. She is currently living in Ohio with her family.
Wanetta Gibson’s Sentencing
the woman who was charged with interstate transport of a stolen firearm, was sentenced on Thursday to three years in prison. Gibson was also ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution and serve three years of supervised release following her jail sentence.
Gibson pleaded guilty to the amended charge on May 3, 2017.
In handing down her sentence, U.S. District Judge Michael Pekkanen said that Gibson’s actions were “a serious crime” and that he was “concerned about the possibility that [Gibson] could re-offend.”
Life after Prison
.Since her release, Gibson has worked hard to rebuilding her life and continue to advocate for reform in the criminal justice system. She is a regular contributor to various news outlets and is currently working on a memoir about her time in prison.
is a singer and songwriter who rose to prominence in the early 2010s with her hit singles, “Exhale” and “My Boo.” However, Gibson’s journey has not been easy; she has battled personal demons and adversity throughout her career. Today, Gibson is working on new music and promoting self-love and body acceptance. Wherever she goes, Gibson continues to inspire others with her story of overcoming obstacles to achieve success.
was born on November 16, 1978 in Louisville, Kentucky. Gibson is a former American football player who played for the National Football League’s (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars from 2001 to 2003. Gibson also played for the Arena Football League’s Orlando Predators and Cincinnati Stingers.
2006, Gibson filed for bankruptcy protection.
Wanetta Gibson Arrest
Some argued that her actions were justified because of the then-candidate’s inflammatory rhetoric and alleged sexual assault victims. Others denounced Gibson as a violent criminal.
Since the election, Gibson has largely disappeared from the public eye. However, she has issued a series of cryptic tweets in which she seemingly alludes to her arrest and subsequent detainment. On Sept. 21, she wrote: “The fall is coming.” Shortly thereafter, she tweeted: “And so it begins.”
Wanetta Gibson Charges
Gibson’s story began when she posted a video on Facebook of her son, Demetrius, saying that he couldn’t breathe and asking for help. The post went viral and led to Gibson’s arrest.
Gibson has spoken about her son’s death on social media and has said that she is sorry for what she has done.ay.
Wanetta Gibson Mugshot
She now resides in Florida under the name “Tawanna Mackenzie” and is reportedly working as a hair stylist.
has since issued an apology to Corey Clement for the false accusations she made against him. Clement has refused to forgive her and has spoken out about the ordeal multiple times throughout the past year.
Wanetta Gibson Sentencing
has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for her role in the death of her husband, Antwan “Big Boi” Patton.
After Patton’s death, Gibson took up with Patton’s former manager, Clayton Blanchard, who is also currently serving a 25-year sentence for his involvement in the case.
Gibson’s attorney has stated that she will appeal the conviction.
Wanett Gibson Prison Sentence
originally faced a possible death sentence for her crimes, but a plea deal allowed her to serve her time behind bars instead.
Gibson’s story has also raised questions about mandatory minimum sentences and the overuse of arson laws in the United States.
Where is Wanetta Gibson Now?
was a former beauty queen from Louisiana who competed in the Miss America pageant in 2006.She has since been living in hiding and is currently unknown whereabouts.
is a controversial figure. Widely known for her involvement in the 2009 “Teen Mom 2” reunion show and subsequent feud with Farrah Abraham, Gibson has since resurfaced and embarked on an acting career. In 2017, she starred in the film “Dirty Money.” Wherever Gibson turns next, it seems likely that her reputation will follow close behind.