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Natasha Cornett was born on 26 January, 1979 in United States, is an American criminal. Discover Natasha Cornett's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?

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Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 26 January 1979
Birthday 26 January
Birthplace United States
Nationality United States

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Along the way, they met the Lillelid family at an interstate highway rest area in Greeneville, Tennessee. Norway-born Vidar Lillelid (age 34), his Honduran-American wife Delfina (28), their daughter Tabitha (6), and son Peter (2). The Lillelids were Jehovah's Witnesses, and dedicated to proselytizing their faith to others, including the young people they encountered at the rest area. The Lillelids were interested in converts; Natasha and the others were interested in the family’s van, having already discussed possibly car-jacking a bigger and more dependable vehicle to replace their cramped and likely unreliable Citation.


Cornett married a long-time friend named Stephen Cornett on her 17th birthday. Natasha told Women's Entertainment Network interviewers in a 2009 documentary that, when Stephen ended the marriage after about six months, she "caved in" emotionally and was psychologically devastated. She also indicated this failed relationship exacerbated her existing mental health problems.


Since her arrival at the prison in Nashville, Cornett has earned her GED and a certification in cosmetology. In a 2007 article published in The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Madonna Wallen stated that her daughter serves as a mentor for some fellow inmates as they work to earn their GEDs.


On August 24, 2001, Cornett and death row inmate Christa Pike allegedly attacked fellow prisoner Patricia Jones, nearly strangling Jones to death with a shoe lace, after Pike and Jones were placed in a holding cell with Cornett during a fire alarm. Although the Department of Corrections believed that Cornett was involved, investigators found insufficient evidence to charge her with helping Pike, who was subsequently found guilty of attempted murder.


On March 13, 1998, Natasha and her co-defendants pled guilty to all charges against them, thereby avoiding the possible death sentences for her and the three others who were 18 or older. Due to their status as minors, Howell and Risner were ineligible for the death penalty, but accepted the deal on advice on counsel. Although Natasha took the plea bargain, court testimony established that she did not do the actual shooting of the four victims. During her own testimony, Cornett claimed she tried, unsuccessfully, to prevent the deaths. In accordance with the agreement she had entered into, Natasha received three sentences of life without the possibility of parole and two additional sentences of 25 years—one each for attempted murder and kidnapping.


On April 6, 1997, Cornett and five friends/fellow disaffected youths—Edward Dean Mullins, 19; Joseph Lance Risner, 20; Crystal R. Sturgill, 18; Jason Blake Bryant, 14; and Karen R. Howell, 17—took to the road in Joseph's beat-up Chevrolet Citation. They were hoping to start new lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, where Natasha had spent a few weeks visiting with a friend following the end of her marriage. While the over-arching reason for leaving was the desire of the group to escape what they saw as the stultifying boredom of life and dispiriting poverty they were experiencing in Pikeville, there was a more immediate motivation. The previous night (and not for the first time), Natasha had rented a room in a local economy lodging establishment, the Colley Motel (no longer in business) for the purposes of drinking and smoking marijuana. The party got out of hand, and the next day, fearing possible criminal charges for damages done to the room, the group thought it best to get out of town and fast.


Natasha Wallen Cornett (born January 26, 1979) is an American criminal currently serving a sentence of life without parole at the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville for her involvement in the Lillelid murders.