Woman Stages Fake Award In Nurse Impersonation

August 7, 2009

Connecticut (ChattahBox) – A woman who had been posing as a nurse to work at a doctor’s office has been charged with reckless endangerment and criminal impersonation.

The 56-year-old woman, Betty Lichtenstein, reportedly posed as a nurse for some time, and came under investigation after a patient complained about her care, though what that complaint entailed has not been released to the public.

But the story gets even stranger.

Apparently, Miss Lichtenstein staged an entire black tie event, where she created a fake medical organization to give her a fake award, ‘Nurse of the Year’. The event cost over $2,000, which the shady wannabe nurse paid for herself.

If convicted, she could spend five years in prison.

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  1. betty lichtenstein | Fooner on August 7th, 2009 1:38 pm

    […] Woman Stages Fake Award In Nurse Impersonation | ChattahBox News BlogThe 56-year-old woman, Betty Lichtenstein, reportedly posed as a nurse for some time, and came under investigation after a patient complained about her care, though what that complaint entailed has not been released to the public. …Read More […]

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