New Jersey, May 7 (ANI): Molly Wei, a former Rutgers University student charged after allegedly spying on a classmate who then committed suicide, has reached a deal to co-operate with the prosecution of Indian origin student Dharun Ravi.
Wei and Ravi are accused of using a webcam to spy on Tyler Clementi, 18, during a homosexual encounter. Clementi then jumped to his death from a bridge.
Under the deal agreed with prosecutors in New Jersey, two counts of invasion of privacy against Wei will be dropped if she co-operates with Ravi's prosecution, The BBC reports.
The 19-year-old could avoid serving time in prison and have her criminal record erased in three years if she co-operates with prosecutors, completes 300 hours of community service and holds a job.
Clementi's parents said they accepted Wei's agreement with the court.
Wei and Ravi both withdrew from Rutgers University in New Jersey following the incident last September.
Ravi was charged last month with bias intimidation, invasion of privacy, witness- and evidence-tampering and other offences.
He was already facing invasion of privacy charges, alongside Wei. (ANI)
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