Eleven months ago the RFT published "Broken Lives On Waterford Crystal Drive" about the Internet backlash directed at Lori Drew, the now-infamous woman who allegedly drove Megan Meier, her teenage neighbor, to suicide by sending her messages from a fake MySpace account.
Now it appears the time as come to put Walker’s site to the test: The Drew family has reportedly sold their home for $229,000 and has plans to move.
Shockingly, Drew would not tell a Post-Dispatch reporter where she was headed.
Flee as she may, however, Lori Drew is still dealing with a trial that begins in October in Los Angeles stemming from a federal indictment for illegally accessing MySpace and "inflicting emotional distress on a child."
Not to mention legions of outraged people in cyberspace with access to sites like Rotten Neighbor.
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