Before we all condemn, Wendy, how can we blame her for wanting a second chance? Wendy Brown wanted to get her high school degree. She dreamed of being a cheerleader. Wendy apparently felt that she did not have a happy childhood and wanted to experience the teen age years that she'd missed. Brown was not entirely unsuccessful. She apparently attended a few preschool cheer leading practices, received a cheerleader's locker and went to a pool party at the cheer leading coach's house. Unfortunately, problems began when a $134.50 check Brown gave to the cheer leading coach for her uniform bounced. Kim Demeny, a high school employee, told investigators that Wendy looked older than a student but had the demeanor of a high school girl. A school liaison officer started investigating after Brown attended the first day of class.
Assistant Principal Dirk Ribbins discovered that Brown's daughter was actually enrolled at Pahrump Valley High School. The story would make for a great movie with a possible happy ending but unfortunately, Brown apparently has a history of identity theft crimes. Bond was set at $8,000. If found guilty, Wendy faces up to six years in prison and a $10,000 fine. This seems too harsh of a punishment for trying to fulfill childhood dreams. Wendy needs a good Wisconsin attorney, can any one help her?