THE MOM of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has scoffed at claims by fellow student Jay Rosenbaum that he had been in contact with the family.
Rosenbaum made the comments--his first publicly--to a local TV station. He is considered a person of interest and his story is at odds with what other witnesses and cctv are telling worried detectives.
Charlene Spierer said: "I have not spoken to Jay Rosenbaum. I was surprised to hear what he said on Fox." Lauren, 20, a pretty blonde vanished from Indiana University in Bloomington on June 3 after
a night of heavy partying. She visited Rosenbaum twice in the early morning hours and he claimed he tried to get her to sleep over. And he said he last saw her rounding a corner on her way back to her apartment at 4:30 a.m. Lauren's mom and dad have slammed fellow students for being tight-lipped. Cops believe the students may know more about what happened to Lauren that fateful night than they're letting on.
Lauren's parents--who live in Westchester--are still in Indiana searching for their daughter.
'JAY ROSENBAUM DIDN'T TALK TO ME'