Hannah Anderson answers more questions on Ask.fm, responds to inquiries about kidnapping ordeal

LAKESIDE, Calif. - The Lakeside teen who was abducted in August appears to be back online answering question about the ordeal.

Authorities say Hannah Anderson, 16, was kidnapped by family friend James Lee DiMaggio after he allegedly killed her mother, Christina, and 8-year-old brother, Ethan. Deputies said DiMaggio set his Boulevard home on fire and took Hannah into the Idaho wilderness, where he  was shot and killed by an FBI agent. Deputies said that Hannah was a victim.

On the Ask.fm account, believed to be Hannah's, the teen responded to inquiries.

Question: I don't want to be rude or anything but something I always want to ask you is,why when the horse riders see you for first time, you say oh oh we in trouble now? Or why when you was in the car alone you never run, he never have you handcuff or anything. .I'm not being rude you say ask questions (posted by Wanda R.)

Answer: How do you know he never had me handcuffed.? Because there you are wrong. Don't assume things you don't know. Just stop.

Another person asked about memories of her brother Ethan.

Question: Do you have any memories with your brother?

Answer: Oh gosh a bunch. Like we used to pretend to be WWF wrestlers and wrestle in the living room. And mom would be the crazy fans and id always let Ethan win.(: ahaha so cute.!

Hannah was also asked about her reaction to the autopsy reports recently released about her mother's death.

Question: I know I am a little late but why would you read the articles about what happened if it makes you sad?

Question: was talking about the autopsy reports.. Like why put yourself through that?

Answer: Because I need to know what happened to them

Question: Whats your most special moment with your mom?:)

Answer: We would sneak out some nights at like 1 in the morning to do our little mcdonalds run for a late night snack. It was funny. We would pretend to be secret agents ahaha. And then just vent to each other in the car.

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