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Shortly after the first anniversary of Meier's death, her aunt, Vicki Dunn, saw an article written by Steve Pokin of the Suburban Journals about Internet harassment.She contacted Pokin to share Meier's story with him.
Banas said that the original FBI investigation into the matter, during which Grills was interviewed, established her role in the event.
She was in a hurry because she had to take her younger daughter, Allison, to the orthodontist. "Josh" sent troubling messages to Megan, including one that said: "I don't know if I want to be friends with you anymore because I've heard that you are not very nice to your friends." More messages of this type were sent, some of Megan's messages were shared with others, and bulletins were posted about her.
Tina told her daughter to sign off, and went to the orthodontist.
Charles County, said that Lori Drew's 18-year-old temporary employee, Ashley Grills, wrote most of the messages addressed to Meier and that she wrote the final "Josh Evans" message addressed to Meier.
Grills said she wrote the final message to end the Myspace hoax and get Meier to stop communicating with "Josh Evans".
The neighborhood mother who had told the Meiers that Drew had the hoax account said "Lori laughed about it", and said she had intended to "mess with Megan".