Okay... as others have stated, these charges are a load of BS and can't possibly be upheld. There's no such thing as criminal violation of ToS, and if providing false info to a website is now a punishable offense, then a lot of teenage boys will be getting SLAMMED for clicking that, "Yes, I am 18 -- Enter," buttons. The actions of Grills/Drew were in exceedingly poor taste and were ostensibly petty. Perhaps the two might want to return to high school for that sort of ignorant perpetuation of drama. At the same time, the fact that Megan was emotionally fragile is not their fault. If everyone who ever heard, "The world would be better off without you," then about at LEAST 25% of the world's population wouldn't exist. The emotional fragility and weakness in today's children is largely the fault of parents trying to shelter and protect their children from everything; when they encounter a harsh word, they can't deal with it. In addition, placing a teenager on anti-depressants that are known to promote suicidal thoughts [you know, instead of doing their job and preventing them] is also a poor judgment call on behalf of the parents... first off, everyone sending their hormonal teenager to the psyche for some pills = ignorant. Secondly, accepting a probably false diagnosis and accepting and enforcing the prescribed drug is even more irresponsible. Shun the women for their idiocy and petty behavior, but legally you can't touch them.