Earlier this month, Netflix released it's docuseries Girls Incarcerated: Young and Locked Up, which looks at the lives of young female offenders in the criminal justice system. Through the eight-episode series, viewers get the know the students at the Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility — whose childhood traumas will pull at your heartstrings and have you second guessing any preconceived notions you may have about the "inmates."
One of the standout stars of the docuseries is "princess thug" Brianna Guerra, who spent nine months at the center for a number of offenses including armed robbery and drug abuse. The 17-year-old proudly wore her burgundy shirt on the show — and had seemingly turned over a new leaf thanks to help from the staff, including her counselor Jacie Minnick. However, even Brianna knew she had a rough road ahead in the real world.
"Everybody's like, 'Do you have a plan Brianna? Do you have a plan?' And I don't want to lie to them, like, I don't have a plan. I don't" she told cameras between tears right before her release. "But I do wanna do right. Everybody's putting so much hope and faith in me, so I don't wanna let anyone down cause that's all I've done and I'm tired of doing that."
So, what is Brianna doing in 2018? On the show she had plans to join the Navy but according to her Facebook page she is preparing to launch her own TV and radio show. "This is where my TV show is going to be at," she said in a recent FB Live video. "I need y'all to watch my show when this motherf--ker come on the TV... I'm gonna be on the radio and it's going to be all around the world." According to her profile, she is also working at Hollister, but that may be outdated.
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