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Wisconsin Mom Stole Daughter's Identity to Enroll in School

Wisconsin Mom Stole Daughter's Identity to Enroll in School

In a bizarre case, another adult has posed as a minor to enroll in school. Career criminal Wendy Brown, 33, stole her fifteen-year-old daughter's identity to enroll in Ashwaubenon High School and join the cheerleading team, but her past caught up with her before she could make the second day of classes. When members of the squad questioned her about looking older, she attributed it to sun damage. First a sex offender fools the Arizona school system into thinking he's a seventh grader and now a woman who looks close to forty passes as a member of the pep squad —do you find these instances alarming?

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Kristinh1012 Kristinh1012 7 years
I can onlyr imagine the embarrassment this woman has caused for her family, especially her 15 year old. She must have serious mental issues. I'm just about 30 and I do not think I could tolerate for a minute hanging out with a bunch of teenagers. This would not be my idea of fun.
vmruby vmruby 7 years
It never ceases to horrify me at the crap some people will try to get away with and how they never take into consideration the consequences and what it will do to others. Without a doubt that woman needs therapy ASAP...
PinkNC PinkNC 7 years
I have no words except to say....oh my. This woman needs mental help and prison.
jessie jessie 7 years
:jawdrop: uhhhh....glad people paid attention tho and it didn't last long. wow..she must of had some serious issues to want to get in and be on the cheerleading squad that bad. yikes!
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