Former Rutgers University student Molly Wei made her first-ever appearance in court on Friday in connection with Tyler Clementi's suicide, CBS News New York reported.

Clementi is the 18-year-old gay Rutgers student who jumped off the George Washington Bridge to his death after learning that his roommate, Dharun Ravi, had secretly streamed live video of him having sex with another man onto the Internet.

Ravi and Wei have been charged with invading Clementi's privacy. Ravi faces 14 additional charges, including bias intimidation, and witness and evidence tampering.

Ravi and Wei are accused of watching Clementi's sexual encounter in Wei's dorm room.

Wei has been admitted into a pre-trial intervention program that could allow the 19-year-old to avoid jail time and a criminal record. She is expected to cooperate with prosecutors, complete 300 hours of community service and get a job over the next three years in exchange for having the charges dropped.

“Molly Wei was unfortunately brought into this,” said Erik Khan, Wei's attorney. “Whether there's some good that comes out of this for the country in terms of bullying, anti-homophobia, that's fine. But Molly Wei should not be the poster child for this.”

Clementi's parents said in a statement that they did not object to the agreement.

“Actions have consequences,” said Joe Clementi. “We wish that Miss Wei becomes a person who will make better decisions, help people and show kindness to people she comes in contact with.”