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A woman from West Virginia who made national titles in 2016 when she was released by a county development organization via a humiliating post on Facebook for First lady, Michelle Obama, has been found guilty of fraud by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for thousands of dollars in disaster relief. in Clay County, West Virginia, in June 201
Taylor claims her main residence was damaged during the flood and she was in a rental property, the prosecutor said. But her home is not damaged, and she still lives there.
"Flooding is a natural disaster," US Attorney Mike Stewart said in his statement. "Theft by FEMA is a man-made disaster."
Taylor agrees to pay a restitution of $ 18,149.04.
She faced up to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $ 500,000 when she was sentenced to May
Taylor could not be reached immediately for comment.
Taylor's names and dwellings are the same as those of Pamela Taylor, who was fired from work as director of Clay County Development Corporation after Facebook's publication in November 2016. Taylor publishes a controversial post about Obama after Donald Trump was elected president who said, "It will be refreshing to have an elegant, beautiful, worthy First Lady in the White House seeing a monkey in heels."