"He made her get down on her knees and he put guns to her head," Creathers said. "She said to me, 'What to I do?'"
"I said, 'Pray,'" Creathers told the judge.
"He fired a gun right over her ear," she said. "He said if you tell anybody what I did I'll kill you and your kids." And he shot at her feet as she was running."
Creathers said she feared for her life, also.
"I didn't know what was going through his mind, really," she said.
The judge asked her, "Why did you do it?"
"I was so high," Creathers told him. "He asked me to do it and it just happened."
Assistant Prosecutor Tera Salango said that while the state was grateful for her cooperation in the case against Jeffrey, prosecutors believed she was minimizing her own involvement in the crime.
Creathers waived a grand jury indictment and pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery with threat of deadly force. As part of her plea agreement, she will testify against Jeffrey at his trial, set for Oct. 21.
A charge of kidnapping will be dropped. Meanwhile, she was recently moved from South Central Regional Jail to another facility for her safety.
Her attorney, John Carr, asked the judge to set a bond for Creathers, who has been incarcerated since she was arrested in December, and allow her to be on home confinement.
Kaufman denied the request and said, "Nine months is not enough for this crime, in my opinion."
She could be sentenced in November to one to five years in prison.