Natalie Keepers' attorney files new motions asking for gluten-free meals, permission to wear regular clothes in court

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CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. (WDBJ7) The woman accused of helping kill a Blacksburg teenager, Nicole Lovell, is making requests before her trial and motion hearings.

Natalie Keepers' attorney wants the court to change her diet and clothing for upcoming court appearances.

A motion filed this week asks for her to receive gluten-free food while she is at the Montgomery County Jail.

They've also asked for her to appear in regular clothing instead of jail clothes.

A judge is considering the request.