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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 8:25pm
Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by NadiaPost NadiaPost wrote:

So weird. How did she do that. Don't you need a birth certificate and transcripts when you start a new school?


Nope.

You don't need anything to enroll in school because requiring certain documentation stops children from accessing their legal right to education.

That way, undocumented, homeless, foster, abused, displaced, and other marginalized kids can still get an education.


You do need your immunization records.


That's what I was thinking Star. You need immunization records to even get in. Maysay how can anyone start school without a birth certificate? I'm puzzled
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 8:23pm
Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by NadiaPost NadiaPost wrote:

So weird. How did she do that. Don't you need a birth certificate and transcripts when you start a new school?


Nope.

You don't need anything to enroll in school because requiring certain documentation stops children from accessing their legal right to education.

That way, undocumented, homeless, foster, abused, displaced, and other marginalized kids can still get an education.

You do need your immunization records.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 8:09pm
Originally posted by NadiaPost NadiaPost wrote:

So weird. How did she do that. Don't you need a birth certificate and transcripts when you start a new school?


Nope.

You don't need anything to enroll in school because requiring certain documentation stops children from accessing their legal right to education.

That way, undocumented, homeless, foster, abused, displaced, and other marginalized kids can still get an education.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 7:59pm
What!..lmao...who did her registration to the school
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 6:57pm
So weird. How did she do that. Don't you need a birth certificate and transcripts when you start a new school?
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Imaging her grown azz sitting up somewhere making a "construction paper card" Unhappy 
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Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

first thing i thought of when i read the title was the movie Orphan... 

very similar and creepy 
yep, first thought what came to mind....scary
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 6:18pm
This is making my skin crawl...I'm legit looking over my shoulder. People are so loony!
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*side eyes boyfriend*

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 5:39pm

Boyfriend' of Accused 34-Year-Old High School Sophomore: ‘I Was Shocked’

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&amp;#39;Boyfriend&amp;#39; of Accused 34-Year-Old High School Sophomore: ‘I Was Shocked’
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'Boyfriend' of Accused 34-Year-Old High School Sophomore: ‘I Was Shocked’ (ABC News)

The 34-year-old from Texas accused of enrolling as a high school sophomore even fooled a man who said he was her boyfriend into thinking she was an innocent teenager, the man said.

Rickie Williams told KLTV, the ABC News affiliate in East Texas, that he had been dating Charity Anne Johnson since last summer. The 23-year-old said he learned of her arrest on Thursday.

Woman Accused of Posing as High School Student

“My best friend showed me and I was shocked,” he told the station.

Williams said Johnson, accused of posing as a 15-year-old sophomore at New Life Christian School in Longview, Texas, told him she was 18 years old.

New details continued to emerge days after Johnson, who allegedly enrolled at the high school in October using the name Charity Stevens, was arrested after allegedly giving Longview Police a fake name and age.

Osarieme Obaseki, who runs What About Us, a non-profit group for women and girls in need, told ABC News Johnson first called her last month, claiming to be a 14-year-old who needed help. The pair began talking on the phone and Obaseki, who lives in Dallas, gave Johnson advice and became a motherly figure during their conversations, she said.

Obaseki, 40, said she never spoke to Tamica Lincoln, who was Johnson’s guardian in Longview at the time.

“Soon, I began to be called, ‘Mom,’” Obaseki said. “I would hear her say little things like, ‘What if I popped up in Dallas?’”

That’s exactly what happened, Obaseki said.

Johnson took a train to Dallas to visit Obaseki for Mother’s Day, even bringing her a homemade, construction paper card, Obaseki said. Over the weekend, Obaseki became suspicious.

“I can’t really explain it, but I listened to her and knew something wasn't right. Her stories were changing,” Obaseki said. “When my sister saw her, she said, ‘That is not a child, look at her body!'”

Obaseki said she suspected there were other people Johnson called “Mom.”

“It’s just been a lot of lies and cover-up,” she said. "Nobody I spoke to has said it’s ever been a financial situation. She had money! It’s not that, at all."

Obaseki contacted Lincoln and the pair determined Johnson was lying about her age after calling McDonald’s, where Johnson worked, she said.

“The manager verified she had two applications on file," Obaseki said. "One birthday was 1982, the other was 1979. Either way, it proved she’s too old to be in high school.”

Johnson’s real birthday was November 1979, police said.

ABC News could not reach Johnson or any of her family members for comment. Police said she was being held on $500 bond at Gregg County Jail, accused of failure to ID herself and giving false and fictitious information, and had not yet had a lawyer appointed to represent her.

In the meantime, other people who knew Johnson have been coming forward.

"We have all wondered about her because she's always quiet and to herself, you know," Roshunda Floyd, who works at the Walmart in Longview, told KLTV.

Johnson worked at the McDonald's inside the Walmart.

Obaseki was eager to warn people about the woman she believed had lied about her age, on the possibility there might be prior cases.

“I want people to be aware of what she has done,” she said. "This goes farther than Longview and Dallas."

Obaseki added that there’s one moment from Johnson’s visit she can’t forget.

“The irony of it is that she writes," Obaseki said, "and she would say, ‘Momma, I’m going to be famous one day.’ And well, you’re famous! She’s famous!”

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