I hope she still enjoys the music.
A San Antonio woman whose music downloading case was the first to reach the U.S. Supreme Court says she doesn't know how she'll pay $27,750 she now owes five music companies.
The Supreme Court last week rejected a request from Whitney Harper to hear her appeal of a lower court ruling that found she owes $750 for each of the 37 songs she downloaded when she was a teenager at Alamo Heights High School.
The music companies haven't officially billed her, and she said she hopes that doesn't come.
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