The usual story: Lesbian college student 'faked anti-gay notes'

A lesbian student has been kicked out of college and arrested after it emerged she was behind a string of anti-gay messages slipped under her dorm room door, police said.

After the notes were found in Alexandra Pennell's room at Central Connecticut State University in March, hundreds came out in support of the student at a campus rally against hate crimes.

But when police hid a camera along the hallway outside her room, they allegedly caught her leaving the notes herself - and she admitted she had written them to get the attention of her roommate.

She now faces charges of fabricating evidence, lying to police and making false statements. She has also been barred from attending any state university for five years, the Hartford Courant reported.


1 comment:

  1. The police must have suspected the truth: they let her see them setting up one camera to show they were serious about catching the supposed culprit, but then secretly set up another to catch the real culprit.


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