An attorney for Holywood film director Peter Rodger says the family believes his son is responsible for a gun attack that killed six people near a Californian university, the Associated Press reports.
Alan Shifman - attorney for Mr Rodger, who was assistant director on the Hunger Games - said that while the family has not yet seen his body, they have been told he was killed and believe he killed six people.
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