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Prison psychologist’s license suspended

Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011    

A California prison psychologist has had her license suspended by the California Board of Psychology following charges that she lied to authorities about being sexually assaulted.

The 36 year-old woman, who used to work as a senior supervising psychologist at the California State Prison’s Sacramento location, is believed to have staged a break in with her friend, telling authorities that a stranger came in and beat, robbed, and raped her all to convince her husband to move to a safer neighborhood.

She could be facing a felony conspiracy charge and a misdemeanor charge for filing a false report.

Officials are fighting to have her license revoked.

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