One of the two Wisconsin girls convicted of stabbing their sixth-grade classmate in the notorious 2014 “Slender Man Stabbings” will be released from a mental health facility with certain conditions, a judge ruled Friday.
Anissa Weier, now 19, is set to be freed on Monday after nearly four years at the Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh Wisconsin, where she had been serving a 25-year sentence.
A conditional release plan states that Weier, who pleaded guilty to the grisly attempted murder, will live with her father and submit to GPS monitoring, according to WISN.
“I’m satisfied it’s reasonable. It provides good protections as far as the community is concerned. It also provides a good plan for rehabilitation for Miss Weier, so I will approve the plan,” Waukesha County Judge Michael Bohren said Friday, the outlet reported.
Weier filed a petition for conditional release in March, arguing that she’d exhausted all of her treatment options at the hospital