New information: The lawyer for accused bully Sharon Channon Velazquez says public opinion will change 'when the full story comes out'

The defense lawyer for one of the teenage girls charged in the Phoebe Prince bullying tragedy claims he has new information on the case.

Colin Keefe, who represents Sharon Channon Velazquez, says "public opinion will change drastically when the full story is out."

Keefe's client has been accused of tormenting Phoebe. The 15-year-old Irish immigrant hanged herself Jan. 14. after being bullied for several months.

Velazquez, 16, has been charged along with another 16-year-old girl, Flannery Mullins, with criminal harassment, disturbing a school assembly, a civil rights violation with bodily injury resulting, and stalking.

Keefe maintains his client is innocent and is calling for calm.

"Not to minimize what happened to Phoebe Prince in any way, but translating this into death threats and public harassment has got to stop," he said.

"It's gotten way out of control," he said adding that the harassment has driven Velazquez temporarily from her home.

A third 16-year-old girl, Ashley Longe, has been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, criminal harassment, disturbing a school assembly, and civil rights violation with bodily injury resulting.

The three other teenagers charged in the case are 17-year-olds Sean Mulveyhill and Kayla Narey, and 18-year-old Austin Renaud.

Defense lawyer, Terrence Dunphy claims his client, Austin Renaud, 18, who is charged with statutory rape, has been "vilified."

"He's an 18-year-old kid who's scared to death of his future," he said.