Jun 12, 2014 12:28 PM
LONGVIEW (KETK) After months of lying and 29 days in jail, the charade is over for 34-year-old Charity Johnson.
Johnson was arrested last month for providing a fake I.D. to police after posing as a high school sophomore for almost an entire school year. Tuesday morning she plead guilty to the charge for the fake I.D. and was released from jail.
"I'm just a normal person..like any other normal person, trying to pursue her education, get her education and make it through life and be a better person," she said in an exclusive interview with NBC affiliate KETK.
Johnson says the reason for all her lies is simple.
"I guess you can say I was looking for love."
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