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Cheyenne Williams says three of her classmates kidnapped her and took her to Flat Lick Falls, a remote area 60 miles south of Lexington, Ky., where they beat her and tried to push her off a cliff - and she says they did it because she is gay. The incident happened on April 16, a national "Day of Silence" intended to raise awareness about bullying and harassment due to sexual orientation. Williams' mother believes that is what was at the root of the attack. Corrine Schwab, left and Ashley Sams (Kentucky State Police) Williams has known the three suspects since sixth grade and has been "out" for years, but Kentucky State Police say they haven't yet found evidence to substantiate a qualification of a hate crime, according to CBS affiliate WKYT.