Royal Hospital Hoax: Fallout Continues for DJs

Legal consequences and a show cancellation are the latest problems for two Australian DJs.
3:00 | 12/11/12

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We have the latest on the royal hoax that ended in a tragic suicide. The australian deejays behind it are sick with remorse. Their show has been canceled. And more serious legal consequences may be coming next. Cecilia vega is covering it from sydney. Good morning, cecilia. Reporter: Media here, are saying that the nurse who answered that phony phone call did not tell her family about it, before she died in an apparent suicide. Now, they're left wondering how a joke could have ended like this. The fallout over that australian radio prank gone so wrong continued overnight, after days of suspended advertising. The radio station, at the center of a global firestorm, announced it will resume airing commercials on thursday. But that all profits will go directly to the family of the unsuspecting nurse at the center of that joke. Hello there. Could I please speak to kate, please, my granddaughter? Yes. Just hold on, ma'am. Reporter: The deejays who made that call to prince edward vii hospital learned their show has been canceled. And now, may face charges that their call was illegally recorded. Shattered, broken. And obviously, personally, I'm -- Reporter: And in london, saldana's husband and teenage children met with officials. Through a british lawmaker, they spoke out for the first time. This is a close family. They are devastated by what has happened. They miss her every moment of every day. I just wanted to reach out to them and just give them a big hug and say, sorry. I really do. Reporter: Deejays mel greig and mica christian has been suspended indefinitely. In 2009, it was reportedly reprimanded after using a lie detector to get a 14-year-old girl to talk about her sex life. She revealed on-air she had been raped. And after the yal hoax, the station says it has banned phony phone calls altogether. It says it plans to donate a minimum of $500,000 to the saldanha family, george, to help them through this difficult time. Such a sad story. Thank you very much.

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