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Parents of girl, 12, who committed suicide: ‘We just want to honor her’

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Dianne and Seth Grossman, the parents of Mallory Grossman, who committed suicide at age 12 in the wake of alleged cyberbullying, join TODAY live along with their lawyer, Bruce Nagel, to discuss their lawsuit against Mallory’s school district. “Every school needs to learn from this case,” Nagel says.