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Parents of Audrie Pott reveal new details in cyberbullying and suicide case

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Sheila Pott, mother of Audrie Pott who committed suicide after a sexual assault, stands by a photograph of her daughter and message board during a news conference Monday, April 15, 2013 in San Jose, Calif. The family of a girl who committed suicide after she was sexually assaulted and a photo of the act was shared in text messages said Monday the three 16-year-old boys responsible were sober when the assault happened. Eric Risberg/AP

Now the story of a 15-year-old girl who killed herself in northern California last fall. On Labor Day weekend, Audrie Pott attended a friend's house party. She had too much to drink, passed out and was allegedly sexually assaulted.

A week later, she took her own life.

Investigators are still trying to figure out what happened that night, and yesterday, Audrie's parents revealed new details to the press. Julia Produs Sulek has been following this case for the San Jose Mercury News, she joins the show with more. 

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