Mother indicted in MySpace suicide case


Mom indicted in My Space suicide case


This handout shows self portrait shows Megan Meier, 13, who committed suicide after receiving cruel messages on MySpace. (AP)

LOS ANGELES - A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted a woman for her alleged role in perpetrating a hoax on the online social network MySpace against a 13-year-old neighbour girl who then committed suicide.
Lori Drew of Missouri was charged with one count of conspiracy and three counts of accessing protected computers without authorization to obtain information to inflict emotional distress on the girl.
Drew allegedly helped create a MySpace account on false premises to contact Megan Meier, who thought she was chatting with a 16-year-old boy named Josh Evans, who turned out not to exist.
Megan hanged herself at home in October 2006 after receiving cruel messages, including one stating the world would be better off without her.
Drew has denied creating the account or sending messages to Megan.
MySpace is based in Beverly Hills, Calif. The indictment noted that MySpace computer servers are located in Los Angeles County.

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"Drew has denied creating the account or sending messages to Megan."

Bull Sh*t! When it all happened she admitted to it and said it was all just a "joke." How can she now claim she had nothing to do with it?

I hope she's found guilty and buddied up with a nice butch bunk mate.
lone wolf
What is an "adult" doing playing cruel schoolgirl games?

...uh ... wait a minute! That just described the last several ladies I've dated. Internet dating sux!

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