The father of a survivor of this month’s deadly Florida high school shooting allegedly released a doctored email to push claims CNN used scripted questions in a recent televised gun control debate. Colton Haab, a 17-year-old student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, had dropped out of CNN’s town hall event on gun control this week, later telling Fox News he skipped the event because the network’s questions were “scripted”—a claim that President Trump quickly seized upon to skewer the “fake news” outlet. But a spokesperson for CNN on Friday said Haab’s father, Glenn, had apparently doctored CNN’s email exchange with his son before releasing the altered version. The version of the email exchange released by CNN on Friday shows a producer for the network telling Haab a speech he wanted to read at the event was “way too long” and he’d need to stick to a question “he submitted” earlier. The email exchange Haab’s father later sent to Fox News and HuffPost, however, was missing that key phrase, according to the network.