Home Health Parents News Now Teen Cleared in Florida Cyber-Bullying Suicide Teen Cleared in Florida Cyber-Bullying Suicide By Holly Lebowitz Rossi November 21, 2013 Advertisement Save Pin FB More Tweet Mail Email iphone Send Text Message Print shutterstock_36568084 30647 Katelyn and a 14-year-old girl whom TODAY is not identifying because she is a juvenile were charged last month after Polk County (Fla.) Sheriff Grady Judd saw a derogatory post on Facebook that he claims was written by one of them. The two girls were arrested after Judd said they were allegedly involved in the bullying of Rebecca Sedwick, 12, who committed suicide on Sept. 9, with the 14-year-old allegedly writing on Facebook, "Yes ik [I know] I bullied Rebecca nd she killed her self but IDGAF [I don't give a f---]." Judd also publicly revealed the girls' names and their mug shots at an Oct. 15 news conference and told TODAY on Oct. 16 that one of the girls did something "despicable" with the post on Facebook. On Wednesday, the Florida state attorney's office announced that charges had been dropped and withheld comment on its reasoning because both girls are juveniles. After his public outrage over the alleged bullying by the two girls last month, Judd said at a news conference Wednesday that he was "exceptionally pleased with the outcome of the case." "We see the children are going to get the services they need,'' Judd told reporters, referring to both girls being in counseling. "That's the best outcome for juveniles. Our goal is that these kids never bully anyone again." Keep up with the latest parenting news with our Parents Daily Newsletter Image: Web page, via Shutterstock By Holly Lebowitz Rossi Save Pin FB More Tweet Mail Email iphone Send Text Message Print Comments Add a Comment Be the first to comment! Advertisement Close this dialog window Add a comment Teen Cleared in Florida Cyber-Bullying Suicide Add your comment... Cancel Submit Success! Thanks for adding your feedback.