Women Forge $285,000

December 14, 2011 by staff 

Women Forge $285,000, Two Orange County, Calif. roommates, Alexa Johzen Polar, 34, and Robin Antonella Pabello, 33, decided to forge $285,000 to live like the 1 percent.

Little did they know the move would send them packing for jail—in coach class—and charged with grand theft and forgery.

Using checks from the law firm where Polar worked as a paralegal, the two debt-addled women went on a shopping blitz in the Big Apple, treating their friends to gifts from Tiffany’s and even going so far as to put a down payment on a 11,000 square foot Murrieta mansion for $3.7 million, reports Andrew Blankstein in the L.A. Times.

Police soon picked up on their shady trail and now the two face six years in California state prison.

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