Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney Regina Tsombanakis of the law firm Berman & Tsombanakis on FOX News today at Florida Sun Studios in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She discusses the case on FOX News with former prosecutor Dan Schorr. The case is about Rebecca Sedwick, a 12 year old girl who took her own life (committing suicide) after being bullied by two other girls ages 12 and 14. The Sheriff in Polk County, Florida, accuses the two girls of “maliciously harassing” Sedwick both verbally and physically. Both girls were taken into custody at a juvenile detention center this week and later released to their parents and are under house arrest. Both girls were charged with aggravated stalking, a third degree felony. At issue also is whether or not the parents of the two girls charged can be charged with “contributing to the dependency or delinquency” of a child if the parents knowingly allowed the girl to post the “bullying comments” online.