The jokes write themselves…
Rachel Dolezal, the fraudulent female who posed as a Black woman and became the leader of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, is still out here being fake. But this time it’s with her money, not her melanin levels.
Dolezal, or should we call her Nkechi Diallo since she legally changed her name in 2016, has been charged with first-degree theft by welfare fraud, second-degree perjury and false verification for public assistance after authorities found that she was misrepresenting her funds and essentially stealing from the state. The faux-curly head caucasian is being accused of stealing $8,847 in food and child care assistance dating back to August 2015, according to court documents obtained by KHQ-TV:
“The investigation into Dolezal began in March of last year when an investigator from the Washington Department of Social and Health Services learned she had written a book that had been published. The investigator did further research into the book’s publisher and discovered ‘a typical contract would include payments of $10,000 to $20,000 as advances against later royalties.’ At this time, Dolezal had been reporting a monthly income of less than $500, which came from child support payments. She resigned from the NAACP in June 2015 when her parents revealed she was actually white, and claimed that since then she had been unemployed and unable to find work, the Spokesman-Review reported.”
If found guilty, Rach could face up to 15 years in prison and could be ordered to pay pay the over 8 grand she allegedly pilfered.
The poser is expected to appear in court on June 6.