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Her family learned later that Josh never actually existed; he was created by members of a neighborhood family that included a former friend of Megan's. CNN -- A Missouri prosecutor said Monday no charges would be sought in the case of a teen who hanged herself last year after chatting on MySpace, although he said adults should have prevented the tragedy. Grills, 20, described how she came up with the idea to create a fake MySpace account with the identity of a cute teenage boy. Drew, and an interior designer detailed both how she sold Ms. And, as you mentioned, it's NPR's policy - not to do so. Lydia Brewer Photography.
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But Banas said that conclusion doesn't mean no one is to blame. Grills said she wrote the message to Megan about the world being a better place without her, which was supposed to end the online relationship with "Josh" because Grills felt the joke had gone too far. You must select a newsletter to subscribe to. Grills added that she wrote the final message about the world being a better place without Meier, intending to end the online relationship because Grills thought the hoax had gone too far. And I doubt that I ever will again. Each of the three counts against Ms. Grills, motioning to prosecutors in a reference to her immunity agreement.
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Each of the four counts carries a maximum of five years in prison. The next day, Megan, who suffered from depression and attention deficit disorder, committed suicide. Another parent, who learned of the MySpace account from her own daughter who had access to the Josh profile, told Megan's parents about the hoax in a counselor's office about six weeks after Megan died. Megan, a year-old who suffered from depression and attention deficit disorder, corresponded with Josh for more than a month before he abruptly ended their friendship, telling her he had heard she was cruel. When Megan's mother returned home, she found her daughter crying at the computer. Charles County, Missouri.
But they immediately did that. Invalid email address. Telling her mom that "I can't believe you're not on my side," Megan ran upstairs and hanged herself, Banas said. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. And - yeah, there was - you know, I've been a reporter for 30 years, and I've never experienced anything like this.