Sunday, May 26, 2013
15-year-old Audrie Pott walked up the driveway
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a friend. The friend claimed she was sleeping at Audrie's. Instead, the girls were having a party. A classic teenage ploy. By cheap oakleys
all accounts, Audrie was a gorgeous girl. Her lush brown hair framed oakley sunglasses sale
a heart-shaped face. Light makeup outlined her sharp brown eyes, but round cheeks gave her a childlike charm. She was a soccer player, a painter, a girl who at age 4 had the gumption to stand in front of 1,000 people in church and belt out a solo. On that Sunday night, she was just another kid pushing the limits as she celebrated the last days of summer, getting drunk with her friends on vodka and Gatorade. Police and a civil lawsuit outline allegations of what happened next: Three boys came into a room where Audrie had passed out. When she awoke the next morning, her oakley sunglasses cheap
shorts were off. Pictures were doodled on her body with a Sharpie. On one leg was the name of a boy, followed by the words "was here." "My life is ruined," Audrie would tell a friend in a Facebook message over the coming days. "I can't do anything to fix it."