Cheerleader-Impersonating Mom Gets 3 Years In Mental Health Facility
Back in September, Green Bay resident Wendy Brown was found to have been impersonating her daughter in order to go to high school, even joining the Ashwaubenon High School cheerleading squad.
Apparently the Ashwaubenon High School staff can’t tell the difference between a 15-year-old girl and a 34-year-old woman. Usually if someone swears they thought someone was a certain age, it’s the other way around, but hey, ages can be tough to guess. These same people probably also assumed Brett Favre was still young and that he was still a capable quarterback.
According to prosecutors, Brown was trying to live the high school experience she never had. She also lived out another experience she apparently didn’t get to have by also impersonating a landlord and collecting rent.
“I’m really sorry for what I’ve done, and I realize what I did and I feel bad about it. I regret it. I’m not a bad person. I just made a mistake,” said Brown.
Brown was sentenced to 3 years at the Winnebago Mental Health Institute. For her sake, let’s hope it’s a legitimate medical facility where she can get the help she needs, and not a clinic some guy runs out of an RV.
Cheerleading Mom Committed [WLUK-TV]
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