A Missouri Mom in the MySpace hoax case can use the web again. Read more details about the story here plus photos and video below.


Lori Drew, Mom in Myspace case, can use the web again

Lori Drew, the Mom in the MySpace hoax case that resulted in a 13-year-old’s suicide, can use the web again.

The attorney for Drew says that she recently got a job where computer/internet usage is required. A California federal judge granted her permission to do so.

Drew had been banned from internet usage since pleading not guilty to a federal conspiracy charge and three counts of illegally accessing a protected computer on June 16, 2008.

In 2006, Drew had created a profile of a young man on MySpace whose bullying posts directed at 13-year-old Megan Meier led to her suicide.

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