Student back in Minnesota after abduction hoax

ROCKFORD, Minn. -- Audrey Seiler, the woman accused of faking her own abduction in Wisconsin, returned home here and Wednesday evening spoke with friends neighbors.

The 20-year-old University of Wisconsin student spoke with several dozen people Wednesday night outside her home in this small town 25 miles west of Minneapolis.

Ken Kraft, of Rockford, was in the crowd. He said Seiler seemed happy to be home after the incident, which drew national media attention.

"She was very happy to see everyone, her friends and family, and so, yes, I would say she was just glad to be out of the situation for a little bit, anyways," Kraft said.

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