Attorney: Seiler and her family meeting with doctors
No word yet whether Audrey Seiler might face charges for faking her own abduction -- but her lawyer says he'll be prepared for whatever comes. Randy Hopper says several doctors have been talking with the 20-year-old University of Wisconsin student and her family, trying to figure out what prompted the hoax. Seiler turned up safe in Madison, Wisconsin last Wednesday. She initially claimed she'd been kidnapped four days earlier. Police say she wasn't. Hopper tells NBC's "Today" show that Seiler is a "very, very good person" -- and the episode may have been a cry for help.
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