Twitter prior to performing the stunt.
Norman County Attorney James Brue says Perez tragically relied on Ruiz's assurances before pulling the trigger.
At the time of the shooting death, Perez was pregnant with the couple's second child. The shooting on June 26, 2017 was part of aspiring YouTube star Pedro Ruiz's efforts to build an online following by performing risky stunts, according to police and media reports.
Her YouTube channel remains active almost nine months after the shooting.
The judge acknowledged that Perez played a passive role in the crime as it was Ruiz's idea that led to his death.
Adding: 'All the insane stuff will on his channel and mine will be our family life!'
Perez has a YouTube channel with many videos the couple made involving various stunts and pranks.
"She's getting to pick when she is doing her time, when she gets to sit, I don't think it's fair, we don't have him ever again", said Claudia.
MonaLisa will have to spend only 90 days actually in jail and then she will alternate being in and out of prison every 10 days for six months.
Brue told the court Wednesday that the sentence balances the need to hold Perez accountable and the fact that the stunt was Ruiz's idea and he assured her it was safe. The state has been experimenting with allowing judges to make the call, and The Forum joined with other news outlets in asking for access.