Black Woman Who Claimed She Was Kidnapped by White Man With 'Orange Hair' Admits She Made It All UpChris Menahan
Jul. 26, 2023
Wholesome McDonald's Japan Ad Sends Shockwaves Throughout the Internet
Zelensky Asks Spirit Cooker Marina Abramovic to be Ambassador for Ukraine, Help 'Rebuild Schools'
Kyle Rittenhouse Attacker Gaige Grosskreutz, Who Took a Bullet for BLM, 'Injured in Hit And Run'
AG Garland Invokes Holocaust to 'Defend His Policies of Persecuting, Indicting and Imprisoning His Political Opponents'
Ukraine Suspends Trans Spox Sarah Ashton-Cirillo Over Threat to Assassinate 'Russian Propagandists'
A black woman who sparked a nationwide manhunt by claiming she was kidnapped in Alabama by a white man with "orange hair" admitted through her lawyer on Monday that she made it all up.
From The Independent, "Carlee Russell claimed she was kidnapped by a man with orange hair. It was all a lie":
Carlethia "Carlee" Nichole Russell seemed to vanish on 13 July after calling 911 to report she had seen a toddler walking on the side of Interstate 459 in Alabama.NBC News reported that police said "Russell told them she was forced into an 18-wheeler truck and taken to a home where a man and a woman told her to get undressed and then took photos of her."
The Independent continues:
She told detectives she was placed in a car, and was able to escape and flee into woods and came out near her home.
[...] "There was no kidnapping on Thursday, July 13. My client did not see a baby on the side of the road," according to a statement from Ms Russell's lawyer. "My client apologizes for her actions to this community, the volunteers who were searching for her, to the Hoover Police Department and other agencies as well, as to her friends and family."Police have yet to say whether Russell will face charges for filing a false police report but her lawyer said "he is expecting charges to be filed against her," The Independent reports.
Perhaps instead the state should pay her to rest?
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab, Minds and Telegram.