A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit the parents of a missing Indiana University student filed against two men who were with her the night she was last seen more than three years ago.
A judge ruled Monday that the lawsuit against Jason Rosenbaum and Corey Rossman in connection with the disappearance of college student Lauren Spierer can move forward.
The Westchester County native vanished after a night of partying with friends in Bloomington, Ind. on June 3, 2011.
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt will hear arguments beginning at 2 p.m. at the federal courthouse in Indianapolis, Ind.
The lawsuit claims the fellow IU students gave Lauren Spierer alcohol, then failed to make sure she made it back to her Bloomington apartment safely after a night of partying in June 2011.
Twenty-year-old Lauren Spierer vanished June 3, 2011, after a night of partying with friends.
Lauren Spierer vanished June 3, 2011, after a night of partying with friends. She left without her shoes or cell phone and was later seen on surveillance video stumbling out of an elevator at her apartment.
Lauren Spierer has missing for more than 18 months. She disappeared on June 3, 2011 after a night out with friends in Bloomington, Indiana where she went to school.
The skull was found in the White River on July 8 by a fisherman. Divers searched but found no additional remains.
The mother of an Indiana University student from Westchester who has been missing for more than a year says her family is awaiting word on whether a skull found in the White River in Indianapolis belongs to her daughter.
The family of a missing Westchester County college student is anxiously awaiting test results on a human skull found underwater. 20-year-old Lauren Spierer vanished 13 months ago while attending college at Indiana University.
Police, who are investigating the June 3, 2011, disappearance of Lauren Spierer, have contacted Louisiana authorities who are searching for University of Louisiana student Michaela “Mickey” Shunick, who has been missing since May 19.
Bloomington police are looking into a possible connection between the disappearance of Lauren Spierer and a man taken into custody in New Albany, In. for the murders of two women.
The parents of an Indiana University student from Westchester who has been missing since June say they want to keep up attention about her disappearance even though they realize she’s likely dead.
In an open letter posted online titled “You know where she is,” Charlene Spierer wrote to the person who has information about the disappearance of her daughter, Lauren Spierer.