52-year-old Belinda Gail Fondren from Louisiana was charged with filing or maintaining false public records.

Police said a woman who worked at a medical clinic has been arrested for selling fake doctor’s notes to high school students so they can get out of class.

Vernon Parish Sheriff Sam Craft says Fondren was selling medical excuses for $20 each. He says two students at Evans High School in Evans, Louisiana received excuses on 14 occasions.

Deputies said a physician received a call from Vernon Parish School Board about the absence notes. He told deputies that he didn’t treat the students nor did he authorize the excuses.

Craft says Fondren worked in a clerical position at the clinic. I think that her business genius is wasted in this position. They should put her in charge of the hospital.

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