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Who is Lynn St Denis? (Mom of boy, 18, who killed himself after being encouraged by his girlfriend Michelle Carter break their silence eight years after his suicide)Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Conrad’s mother Lynn St Denis and Conrad Roy Jr, his father, from Massachusetts, spoke to People magazine ahead of the anniversary of their son’s death, and just days before the release of a new miniseries, The Girl From Plainville.

The show, which follows her son’s suicide and Carter’s trial, stars Elle Fanning as Carter and Chloe Sevigny as St Denis. It premieres on Hulu on March 29.

Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 for her role in the suicide of Conrad Roy III and sentenced to 15 months in prison, but she was released four months early after getting good behavior credit.

“No father should have to go through this,” Roy said of his son’s death.


Conrad, who battled depression and anxiety after his parents’ divorce, had just gotten his boat captain’s license, which allowed him to work with his father on the marine trailer. He had also been accepted to Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts.

“Conrad, he was a sweet kid who got lost,” Conrad Roy Jr said of his son. “He was so, so happy until he got depressed.”

St Denis said on July 12, 2014 that her son was not sure what to do with her future, but she tried to reassure him that he did not have to make a decision.

The mother recalled that at one point, Roy interrupted his walk to go sit in the car, presumably to check his text messages, a seemingly minor detail that had devastating consequences.

Later that day, St Denis said she had another conversation with her son while she was washing dishes at the family’s home in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. At the end of his talk, the 18-year-old said goodbye to his mother and left the house for the last time.


Carter never called the authorities or Roy’s parents when he died. He later texted his mother to express sympathy for him, but did not mention that he had prior knowledge of Roy’s suicide plans.

The young couple met in Florida in 2012, but had only met in person a few times despite living just 35 miles apart in Massachusetts: Roy in Mattapoisett and Carter in Plainville. They communicated primarily through text messages and phone calls.

Carter was indicted in 2015 on one count of involuntary manslaughter and brought to trial in 2017.
In dozens of those text messages and calls, Carter encouraged Roy to take his own life.

Eight months after Roy’s death, Carter was charged with manslaughter.

During his high-profile trial in 2017, prosecutors argued that Carter played a “sick game” with someone else’s life to gain attention.


Carter’s defense attorney insisted that Roy was on his way to taking his own life for a year, and that it was her idea to kill herself, not hers. The attorney also noted that his client had her own mental health issues and was taking medication that could have clouded his judgment.

In the end, Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. In 2019, he was booked into the Bristol County Jail in Dartmouth, Massachusetts to begin serving his 15-month sentence.

Carter was sentenced to 15 months in prison, but was released from jail in January 2020 after 11 months, having received good behavior credit.

At the same time, St Denis is hoping the star-studded show will draw attention to her efforts to get Conrad’s Law passed.

Patrick Macmanus, co-showrunner of The Girl From Plainville, has previously said that Fanning, 23, who is an executive producer on the show, approached this project with a high degree of sensitivity.

“He wanted it to be an honest representation of not only these families and what they went through, but what people are going through in general on a day-to-day basis when it comes to their mental health,” Macmanus told Entertainment Weekly. in January.

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