New details about the days leading up to Clementis death and the growing tension between the roommates over his sexuality were revealed today in hundreds of pages of documents released in a court filing by Ravis attorney.
Ravi is charged with invasion of privacy, bias intimidation and other charges related to Clementis death. If convicted on the most serious charges, Ravi could face up to 10 years in prison.
- Clementi also reveals in instant messaging chats that he had recently told his family he was gay and felt his mother had "rejected" him.
- Ravi also attempted to apologize to Clementi for the webcam incident in a series of text messages
-  While Ravi made fun of Clementi being gay, Clementi made fun of his roommates Indian heritage.
- Clementi told a friend he was not too bothered when he first learned his roommate had briefly turned on the webcam and saw him kissing another man.
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