--Probation is "reasonable" but the fine is not, given that Drew was forced to abandon her business and that her family of four lives on her husband's income "which does not cover expenses each month."
--Megan's mother and family should be barred from testifying at Drew's sentencing since MySpace, not Megan, was the victim of the crime.
--Drew did not know until after Megan's death that the teen had suffered from depression.
--Drew's employee, Ashley Grills, who was not charged and who testified for the prosecution, created the fictional Josh Evans and Drew "later merely glanced at the first page of the profile..."
--Drew was subjected to "vicious and non-stop" harassment and vandalism that caused her to move from her home in O'Fallon, Mo., several months ago.
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