Brian Roberto Varela (above, left) allegedly raped Alyssa Mae Noceda (right) while she was dying of a drug overdose, took pictures of her unconscious body, and sent them to friends.According to a police report obtained by , the Washington-state man was arrested Thursday in Lynnwood, Washington on suspicion of manslaughter, homicide by controlled substance, and second-degree rape.The song went on to sell over 4 million copies in the United States, being certified 4× platinum.She later released her second extended play, A Very Merry Perri Christmas (2012), followed by her second studio album, Head or Heart (2014).Perri claims to have learned to play piano and guitar because she missed hearing music being played in the house when she moved away.According to Perri, whenever she played the guitar or piano, she would sing and "all of a sudden these songs would appear." Later that year she married and began to produce music videos for a living.is an American singer and songwriter from Bucks County, Pennsylvania.After her debut single "Jar of Hearts" was featured on the television series So You Think You Can Dance in 2010, Perri signed with Atlantic Records and released her debut extended play, The Ocean Way Sessions.
On May 29, it was announced that she would open Demi Lovato's new North American World Tour's dates.
Perri re-recorded "A Thousand Years" for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 soundtrack with guest vocals from Steve Kazee, titled "A Thousand Years, Pt. On May 14, 2013, she received the BMI award for her song "A Thousand Years" at the 61st annual BMI Pop Awards held in Beverly Hills, California.
In 2013, Perri began regularly tweeting and posting pictures on Instagram regarding her second studio album's progress using the hashtag "#albumtwo".
In June 2016, it was announced that Perri would feature on the title track of Lindsey Stirling's third studio album, Brave Enough.
to not give up in the progress of obtaining laws across the U. that are focused upon protection of all domestic violence victims and survivors.