Student Getting Medical Care After Allegedly Faking Own Abduction

Audrey Seiler's lawyer says the college student who allegedly faked her own abduction is getting "the best medical care her parents can provide."

Randy Hopper met Tuesday with police in Madison, Wisconsin, who've been investigating the incident. No word on whether they'll file charges. The district attorney says he could be finished reviewing police reports by the end of the week.

Police costs are expected to reach $100,000. Hopper won't say whether Seiler's family has discussed paying for any part of that.

The 20-year-old turned up in a marsh four days after vanishing from outside her off-campus apartment. Police say she faked her abduction. They've got a videotape of Seiler buying the knife, duct tape, rope and cold medicine she said a man used against her.