This may be the most CRAY-CRAY story we have heard all year!
Texas woman Angela Buchanan is being charged with misdemeanor online impersonation, which sounds pretty mundane and boring. But just wait until you find out why!
According to affidavits, Angela told her girlfriend- BFF, not romantic- she had breast cancer, and after the two had a nice long cry about it, a "doctor" contacted Angela's friend online.
The doc, actually Angela Internet-cognito, told the friend that Angela's cancer could be treated in a unique way. The affidavit says:
"[The victim] [said] that 'Doc' advised that the pre-cancerous mass in Buchanan's breast could possibly be delayed or cured by an increase in certain hormone production. 'Doc' advised that this hormone production could be stimulated by sexual intercourse.
'Doc' began to recommend to [the victim] that she participate in sexual activity [with Buchanan] in order to bolster this hormone production and possibly save her friend's life."
Wow, right? Totally not even done!
Angela's BFF fell for the whole shebang and started engaging in regular sex, despite the BFF A) not being a lesbian and B) having "religious convictions" against it.
She apparently was just that good a friend! In fact, she was so good a friend, that when Angela- as herself- said they should get married to help with a child custody dispute, the friend WENT THROUGH WITH IT!
It wasn't until after wedding that the victim's daughter started to put 2 and 2 together and helped her mom to uncover the whole sordid mess.
When charged, Angela confessed to the plot and was released on a $1,500 bond.
We have to get down to Texas! It sounds like a good place to sell this bridge we've been trying to unload!
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