Stella Dimoko Mom files $4.2M suit against woman in texting suicide case


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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Mom files $4.2M suit against woman in texting suicide case

The mother of a teenager who killed himself has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Massachusetts woman convicted of manslaughter for encouraging him to take his own life.

Lynn Roy is seeking $4.2 million in lost future wages for her son Conrad Roy III. The lawsuit was filed against Michelle Carter last month in Norfolk Superior Court on behalf of her son's estate.

Roy was 18 when he died of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014. The then-17-year-old Carter initially tried to talk Roy out of killing himself, but later urged him to do it through dozens of text messages.

Carter was sentenced Thursday to 15 months in jail.

Carter's lawyer argued that Roy was determined to take his own life and that Carter didn't cause his death.

from associated press.


  1. That Carter girl is evil, point blank period.

    1. Yes. I think her sentence was too light.

  2. Joke gone to far...... when you tell people to stop joking with serious stuff they won't hear. I'm sure she was texting and laughing wherever she was hoping he was just having a couple of bad days. Meanwhile, it's turned out to be this serious. #sad

  3. Chikito , no. She asked him 40 times to kill himself. On d final day of death, he lost nerve and she told him to get back into d carbon monooxide poisoned car.

    Granted d boy was a super mumu, but that girl meant for him to die. It was no jokes or mistakes

    1. Pure evil. All these devil shildrens πŸ˜ˆπŸ‘ΏπŸ‘ΉπŸ‘Ί


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