Florida teen and her mother accused of hacking homecoming queen election refuse plea deal, claiming they have been framed
In March 2021, news broke about a Florida teenager and her mother allegedly hacking votes to make her the high school homecoming queen. In May, it was announced that Emily Grover, who was 17 at the time of the alleged hacking, would be charged as an adult. Both she and her mother, Laura Rose Carroll, who was an elementary school vice principal at the time, face multiple felony charges for hacking the Escambia County School District.
Now we learn that the case is going to trial soon because mother and daughter have both rejected plea deals, claiming that they are being framed. Read more about their claims and the case so far at The Daily Beast.