What happened to Christopher Gregor after he was found guilty? Insights shared by a former prisoner

Christopher Gregor

The whole country is watching sadly as the trial of Christopher Gregor unfolds in New Jersey. This case is about a very upsetting story of supposed child abuse, which has made people think a lot about how we can protect kids who are the most vulnerable.

Christopher Gregor is accused of making his six-year-old son, Corey Micciolo, do a very tough workout on a treadmill at a gym in March 2021. There’s a video that shows what happened: Corey fell off the machine, but his dad made him get back on. The prosecutors say that Christopher Gregor did this because he was punishing Corey for being overweight, which is a really cruel and hard-to-believe reason. Sadly, Corey died in April 2021.

Seeking justice for Corey

After initially being charged with child endangerment, the situation became more serious when an autopsy showed injuries that suggested a strong impact. Prosecutors raised the stakes by accusing Gregor of murder. If he’s found guilty, Gregor could spend his life in prison because he turned down a deal to serve 30 years. In New Jersey, people convicted of first-degree murder, the most serious type, are given a life sentence, which is the toughest penalty.

On TikTok, a user called vikingmindset11, who used to be in prison, gives a peek into what Christopher Gregor’s future might look like, no matter what his sentence is.

“If you hurt children or you’re a terrible person who does awful things to them, like being a rapist or a pedophile, or if you’ve killed a child, you’ll face consequences in prison. People might hurt you, put poison in your food, or take away your money for buying things in jail. And depending on your race, usually, people from the same race as you will make sure you leave that prison somehow.”

@vikingmindset11 Replying to @vikingmindset11 What happens to child molesters in prison ? And the vicious 🩸 beating of a child Predator 🔒 🩸 Warning ⚠️ very graphic content #vikingmindset #vikingmindset11 #gtav #taylorswifttour #prisontruecrime #prisontruecrime #domesticviolenceawareness💜 #truecrimecommunity #viking #vikings #gta6 #60daysin #gypsyrose #joerogan #truecrimetiktok #serialkller ♬ original sound – vikingmindset11

It’s crucial to keep in mind that these are just personal stories shared on social media and might not represent what prison life is like for everyone.

The autopsy report for Corey Micciolo.

Corey Micciolo’s autopsy showed signs of blunt force injuries, indicating that he suffered physical harm. These injuries were probably caused by the intense treadmill session he went through, as mentioned in the case details. The autopsy results backed up the prosecution’s claim connecting Corey’s death to the treadmill incident.

Timeline of Events

  • Early 2019: Christopher Gregor meets Corey Micciolo (aged 5).
  • Early 2019: Corey returns home with a lip injury after spending time with Gregor. Breanna Micciolo, Corey’s mother, files reports with NJ Child Protective Services (CPS).
  • Late March/Early April 2021: Christopher Gregor allegedly forces Corey to endure a grueling treadmill workout at a fitness center.
  • April 2, 2021: Corey suffers injuries during the workout and exhibits concerning symptoms later in the day. Breanna takes Corey to a doctor who doesn’t find a major cause for concern.
  • April 2, 2021: Corey dies at Southern Ocean Medical Center before 5 p.m.
  • April 2021: An initial autopsy concludes Corey died of blunt force injuries.
  • Mid-April 2021: Surveillance video from the fitness center surfaces.
  • July 2021:  Christopher Gregor is arrested on child neglect charges based on the video evidence.
  • September 2021: A forensic pathologist determines Corey’s death as a homicide due to chronic child abuse.
  • March 9, 2022: Gregor is arrested on murder charges connected to Corey’s death.

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