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Arizona woman accused of faking cancer to get fake breasts

 

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.

'Try to encourage her. Give her hope.'

- Hospice Chaplain Thomas Bettcher

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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