Nebraska Woman Suspected of Faking Anti-Gay Attack

Police say former basketball player Charlie Rogers carved slurs into her skin to spark outrage.
3:00 | 08/22/12

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It was a case -- gained national attention and had thousands rallying to support Charlie Rogers a lesbian who claims she was a victim of a hate crime. But after nearly a month long investigation Macon police say Rogers had made it ala. The last thing we ever think when any when winds up reporting any kind of a crime to us bet that it is not the truth -- GM additional -- physical evidence doesn't match up to Roger's story. She claims three masked men forced their way into her home. A -- her -- carving -- into -- skin and -- trying to sent home on fire but according to court documents police say there was nobody on the bedspread with the alleged assault happened. And a pathologist says she believes Rogers made the -- herself. -- need somebody else permission to do so. Police say they found her DNA inside the -- that were supposedly left behind by the suspects. Laughs that they say were also purchased by Rodgers. Along with the box cutter and zip -- and ace hardware store just a few days before the alleged crime. Police say all overtaxed from the night of the alleged attack had been deleted and that she posted this on her FaceBook wall just days before at all quote. I believe -- deep inside of me that we can make things better for everyone I will be a catalyst -- do what it take. There's obviously some underlying issues that need to wind up being dealt with Rodgers turned herself in Tuesday it was later arrested and released without bond. She's charged with false reporting a misdemeanor that carries a penalty of up to week. Prison her attorney says it's been very disheartening for. It's been very very difficult because you know it is a very -- -- -- being assaulted in this way. And then having things turned on human being accused. Making something like this it's been hard --

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