Real Life “Orphan” 34-Year-Old Pretends to be Texas High School Sophomore

31 Year Old High School Student Arrested

(KLTV/CNN) – Charity Anne Johnson, 31, was enrolled at New Life Christian School in Longview as a sophomore. Longview police say Johnson was arrested Sunday night at an apartment in the 400 block of S. High Street after giving officers a fake name and birthday. A 31-year-old woman was arrested on Wednesday for posing as a teenager and enrolling at a high school in Longview, Texas, KLTV reports. Police say Charity Anne Johnson gave officers a fake name, Charity Stevens, which she used to enroll at the school with a person who was her guardian. Johnson gave the school an ID that indicated she was 15 in October of 2013. In March, Charity told a local Longview woman, Lincoln Tamica, that she was 15 and needed a place to stay. Lincoln says Charity claimed she was abused by father, who had passed away along with her mother. “I just don’t know why she did it. Why put yourself and others at risk to do something like this?” she wonders. “I have deep concerns about her being who we don’t know she is, and then she’s out there at the school.” When school officials alerted Lincoln to the fake ID used by Johnson she contacted the police. “Teachers were crying and students were crying, and her best friend just couldn’t believe it,” said Lincoln. Lincoln also says she posted Charity’s photo on Facebook to try and find other people she had been in contact with. Lincoln heard back from other women in Florida, Minnesota, and Texas who said they wanted no further contact with Charity and hope she spends time in jail. Johnson was arrested for failure to identify/giving false, fictitious information. She remains in the Gregg County Jail on $500 bond.
You’ve got to be kidding me! First of all, that chick looks no where near 15-years old, this is a complete fail by the school admins. How could you not realize the difference between, a 30 yr old and a teenager? it really isn’t that hard. Of course her best friends were crying as she left, who’s gonna supply all the liquor for the grad party next week? If her friends really loved her, they’d spring for her $500 bond, so that she can jump bail and start her new life as a high school junior in Florida. Why Florida? You know damn well why!

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