A shocking case of identity theft has been uncovered in Boston, where a woman allegedly posed as a teenager and enrolled in multiple high schools over the past year. The woman, who has been identified as 25-year-old Jane Smith, is accused of using fake documents and social media accounts to create a false persona as a 16-year-old student. She reportedly attended classes, joined clubs, and even befriended other students and teachers at various schools.

According to authorities, Smith’s scheme was exposed when she tried to enroll in a new school last week and was recognized by a staff member who had previously worked at another school where she had attended. The staff member alerted the school administration, who contacted the police. Smith was arrested and charged with identity fraud, forgery, and larceny.

“This is a sophisticated fraud that involved multiple schools, multiple documents, and multiple identities,” said Boston Police Commissioner William Gross in a press conference. “We are still investigating the motive behind this deception and the extent of the damage that has been done.”

Smith’s former classmates and teachers expressed shock and disbelief at the revelation of her true identity. Some said they had noticed some inconsistencies in her story, such as her vague answers about her family and background, but they never suspected she was lying about her age.

“She seemed like a normal teenager. She was friendly, smart, and involved in school activities,” said one student who wished to remain anonymous. “She never acted suspicious or weird. I don’t understand why she did this.”

Another student said he had developed a crush on Smith and had asked her out on a date, but she had declined. He said he felt betrayed and angry when he learned the truth.

“I feel like an idiot. She played me like a fool,” he said. “How could she do this to me and everyone else? She needs help.”

Smith is currently being held on $10,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in court next week. She faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

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