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'The Carrie Diaries' news: AnnaSophia Robb prays for alma mater Arapahoe High

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The country was shocked yesterday when another school shooting happened in Colo. just one day before the anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting. On Dec. 14, US Magazine shared that AnnaSophia Robb of "The Carrie Diaries" actually went to school here and went to Twitter with prayers.

Karl Pierson opened up fire at the school. Only one girl was injured and then he later shot himself. AnnaSophia Robb was watching it and it broke her heart. She begged fans to pray for her school. She went on to say that her heart hurts, but that Warriors always take care of each other. It was sad to listen to her watching the tragedy at her alma mater.

She went on to explain that gun laws need to be stricter and that our country needs to get things under control. It is obvious she isn't happy with the laws now but did not express what should actually change in her opinion.

You can see AnnaSophia Robb in new episodes of "The Carrie Diaries" every Friday night on the CW.

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