A young Pittsburgh woman who needs a transplant has another fight on her hands. She's being sued by the music industry for illegally downloading music from the Internet.
But 19-year-old Ciara Sauro strongly denies the charge and says she and her mother are overwhelmed with medical debts.
"Look and see where it (the downloads) came from, and look and see that it's not me. It's not fair to do to me," said Sauro.
Sauro, who lives in Ross Township, is disabled with pancreatitis. She needs an islet cell transplant and is hospitalized weekly.
Because she didn't defend herself against a copyright lawsuit, a federal judge in Pittsburgh ruled she's a music pirate, and that could cost the Sauros almost $8,000 in fines.