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Arizona woman accused of faking cancer to get fake breasts

Local hospice tricked by healthy woman

 

An Arizona woman wanted to enhance her bust, but she couldn’t afford breast augmentation surgery -- so she allegedly started lying about having a deadly disease so people would donate to her ‘cause,’ MyFoxPhoenix reports.

Jami Lynn Toler has been accused of telling her mom, grandparents and co-workers that she had breast cancer and needed a double-mastectomy and reconstructive surgery -- and she didn't have insurance.

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She said it would cost about $7,800.

Toler is also accused of reaching out to Hallmark Hospice for help.

The Hospice organized fundraising events, and the public donated. They ended up raising more than $8,300 -- even more than Toler needed for her fake double-mastectomy.

"Try to encourage her. Give her hope. Give her something to see a purpose through this," said Thomas Bettcher, Hospice Chaplain.

Then a mysterious debit to a well-known cosmetic surgeon’s office for a "supra-spectral breast augmentation" was discovered.

The surgeon went on record to say that Toler had no cancerous masses in her breasts, and that she had performed a standard boob job.

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