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Lauren Spierer's family has filed a lawsuit against three former college students who were the last people seen with the missing Indiana University student.

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Spierer, a sophomore at Indiana from Greenburgh, N.Y., disappeared two years ago in Bloomington, Ind., after a night of partying with friends and acquaintances.

Robert and Charlene Spierer claim in a lawsuit that their daughter's last known interaction with Corey Rossman, Mike Beth and Jay Rosenbaum is to blame.

Her interaction with the three former students ultimately resulted in the 20-year-old's "disappearance, death or injury," according to attorney Jason Barclay.

The complaint says the men's negligence led to the disappearance of Lauren Spierer, which remains unsolved, according to state and local police.

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A badly decomposed body was found that may be tied to the case of missing Indiana student Lauren Spierer, who vanished without a trace June 3.

The body was discovered Sunday floating between some debris in Fall Creek, about 50 miles north of the Bloomington campus where she studied.

Police said Monday that positive identification from an autopsy will be difficult and may not be available today, according to the Indianapolis Star.

Missing Lauren

The 20-year-old fashion merchandising major from Edgemont, N.Y., disappeared after drinking at a bar on June 3. But is the missing body hers?

A local great-grandmother, 74-year-old Dorothy Mae Heard, also went missing on June 13, although her car remained in her home driveway.

On Friday, Lauren's father, Rob Spierer, joined by his wife Charlene, made an appeal for anyone with knowledge of the case to come forward.

"We are appealing to the parents of the children who may have firsthand or secondhand knowledge of what happened to Lauren," he said.

The ongoing search for Lauren has its own Facebook page and is composed of more than 1,000 volunteers and some 1,500 tips thus far.

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The Hollywood Gossip utilizes social media to spread the word about celebrity and entertainment news, but this is actually an important situation.

Indiana University student Lauren Spierer went missing in the early morning hours Friday. A Facebook campaign has been launched to find her.

The first few days are the most critical with missing persons, as is the rapid sharing of any information that may exist about their whereabouts.

It's an example of the power of social media. We just hope it works in this case. Follow the link to do what you can to Find Lauren on Facebook or join this Facebook event.

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