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Benoit says that’s because her life appeared perfect on the surface. Benoit needs a walker to get around and goes to therapy around 25 hours per week.
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Emma Benoit has become part of a discussion that is being built around a new documentary that aims to raise awareness and prevention. The 17-year-old is sharing with the world what she says was the darkest day of her life.
“I remember I pointed the gun far out from my body and I just pulled the trigger,” Benoit said. It was June 7, 2017 when everything she had been keeping bottled up boiled over.
There is a limited amount of complimentary tickets available for students or non-profit organizations. The event will also serve as a fundraiser for the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center.