Law enforcement sources say indictment sought in MySpace bullying case

Federal prosecutors are seeking an indictment against a Missouri mother for her alleged role in an online hoax played on a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide. Two law enforcement officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because it was going to be announced shortly Thursday, told The Associated Press they are seeking four counts against Lori Drew, whose daughter was feuding with the victim. Drew allegedly helped create a false MySpace account to contact Megan Meier who thought she was talking with a 16-year-old boy named "Josh Evans." Megan hanged herself in October 2006 after she received insulting messages. Drew has denied creating the account and sending messages to Megan.