An Oklahoma City woman who once hoped for a modeling career wept Monday as she reluctantly pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for a fatal home invasion.

Terri Nicole Rehm, 23, was sentenced to 35 years in prison.

Boyfriend Jesse Dean Sattarella, 21, of Warr Acres, and Bradley Scott Sanders, 26, of Edmond, also were sentenced to 35 years in prison.

A third accomplice, James Elton McCandless Jr., 25, of Oklahoma City, was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Prosecutors said Richard Bradley Tucker, 38, was robbed at his Oklahoma City home June 25 for money he won at a casino. He was going for a shotgun in his bedroom when he was shot. Rehm had lured him onto his bed when her accomplices broke in, police reported.

The case attracted considerable attention last year because Rehm wrote about the robbery on the social networking site MySpace before surrendering. "If I had not been where I was buying drugs then I would not be involved at all," she wrote then.

Her MySpace page featured dozens of photos of her in bikinis and posing with friends and family. "I love modeling," she wrote on MySpace. "It's something that I have enjoyed doing and am still looking for some work."

Rehm claimed on MySpace she was only a witness to the robbery but she admitted Monday she was involved in the plot to rob Tucker and that she made phone calls to her accomplices. She described the victim as her friend.

McCandless told police Jan. 22 Rehm was the one who planned the robbery.

"She pretty much knew what she was doing," he told police, according to a report on his interview. "She told us he had money and she would leave the door unlocked. She pretty much enlightened us on everything.