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This is by far, one of the most despicable moments of the year.
Two Indiana women tried to collect some cash by faking injuries from the tragic Sugarland concert in August.
Stephanie Murry and Sandra Hurn tried to dip their hands in the cookie jar. The state settled in court and built a relief fund for the victims of the concert worth five million dollars.
The funny business started when officials told Indiana state police that two shady claims were filed about the incident.
Hurn claimed that Sugarland played "a couple of songs" before the collapse. Sugarland never got on stage.
They should be ashamed to even fathom an idea like this. We hope they leern their lesson and the prosecution makes sure they are punished.
[Image via WENN.]