The Canadian Press

2011-04-07 | Fake Cancer Arrest

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An Ontario woman who convinced people she had cancer and then kept the donations collected to help her did not go to jail. But Ashley Kirilow started her sentence April 7th in a psychiatric ward at a hospital in her hometown of Burlington. Her lawyer, Brendan Neil, said he hoped she would be able to be rehabilitated. (Kirilow was given a 15-month conditional sentence with 10 months to be served under house arrest and five months under curfew. The 23-year-old shaved her head and plucked her eyebrows to appear to be undergoing cancer treatment.)

Date: 2011-04-07
Placeline: MILTON, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 10 seconds

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