Then you find out why - 8 months later when many knew why- You also find out how her friends turned on her and drove her to suicide.
May those that committed this, the friends that turned on her, the ones that covered it up I do hope that somehow life brings its revenge to you. Not someone you love but to you in some way.
Arrests made in sexual battery of Audrie Pott, who later hanged herself | World | News | National Post
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Eight days after being sexually assaulted by friends while passed out at a party, and then humiliated by online photos, 15-year-old Audrie Pott posted on Facebook that her life was ruined, “worst day ever,” and hanged herself, the family’s lawyer said.
For the next eight months, her family struggled to figure out what happened to their soccer-loving, artistic, horse-crazy daughter, whose gentle smile, long dark hair and shining eyes belied a struggling soul.
And then on Thursday, a California sheriff’s office arrested three 16-year-old boys on suspicion of sexual battery. The arrests “reopened a wound” for family members of Pott, and they have gone into seclusion, family attorney Robert Allard said.
“The family has been trying to understand why their loving daughter would have taken her life at such a young age and to make sure that those responsible would be held accountable,” Allard said.
Allard did not provide additional details about how she was assaulted but he said she had fallen asleep after drinking at a sleepover.
Family members of the girl said on Friday they suspect the attackers tried to destroy evidence. The family claim was posted on a Facebook page for a foundation set up in her name. It did not provide further details, and the Santa Clara County sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Santa Clara County sheriff’s Lt. Jose Cardoza said the suspects were booked into juvenile hall and face two felonies and one misdemeanour each. Their names were not released because they are minors. Details about the assault were also not released.
Cardoza said the investigation is ongoing.