Before Sentencing, Michigan Man Sings Apology To His Victim’s Family & Judge In Courtroom


Here’s something that you’ve probably never heard of happening in a court room. According to Ann Arbor News, a Michigan man decided to turn his final words before a sentencing into a song for a judge, his mother, and his victim’s family.

Brian Earl Taylor reportedly sang a tune along the lines of Adele’s “Hello” melody, The Root states, belting out “I want to say I’m sorry for the things I’ve done and I’ll try and be stronger in this life I chose, but I want you to know that door, I closed.” He later added, “And your honor I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry.”

READ: Boyfriend Of Lottery Winner Who Bailed Him Out Of Jail: “This Is What People Do”

Taylor, 21, was arraigned in court for carrying a concealed weapon and unlawful imprisonment. He was then found guilty and sentenced to 18 months to 15 years for his kidnapping charge, and received two years for possession of a concealed weapon.

Watch his plea below.

Tags: Michigan