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Missing Woman Faked Kidnapping To Get Money From Mom (Video)

Posted on the 12 August 2013 by Susanduclos @SusanDuclos
By Susan Duclos
According to the Jacksonville, Florida Sheriff's office, Shannon Nicole Campbell, a 20-year-old that was reported missing, actually faked her own kidnapping so her mother would give her money.
In the video news report below, the family was receiving mysterious text messages from Campbell's phone, saying she was being held by a person she owed money to for drugs. The demand was for $2,000 for her safe return.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says the messages appeared to say Campbell was in danger saying, "I can't leave, save me," and "I can't go anywhere until I have something to offer."
Campbell is being charged with filing a false police report.
The little brat should be forced to get a job and pay the city every single dollar that was spent on the wild goose chase.

Missing Woman Faked Kidnapping To Get Money From Mom (Video)


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