Thursday, March 26, 2009
"Grand Theft Mammo" woman surrenders
A California woman was caught opening a fraudulent line of credit in order to pay for $12,000 worth of plastic surgery. As of Tuesday afternoon, Yvonne Jean Pampellonne, 30, gave herself in to authorities in Huntington Beach, California. Yvonne was wanted on charges of commercial burglary, grand theft and identity theft. According to Reuters.com " The Orange County Register newspaper reported that Pampellonne -- who had attracted sensational coverage as the so-called "Boob-Job Bandit" in the local media -- was caught by police detectives using breast implant tracking numbers. She arranged her surrender through an attorney and has since been released on $20,000 bail with orders to face an arraignment on the charges on May 27." Pampellonne had opened a line of credit in someone else's name, as well as used a fake identity and false medical history in order to get breast implants and liposuction performed on her at the Pacific Center for Plastic Surgery in Huntington Beach, California. I'm aware that many women these days are interested in breast augmentation, but to go to such lengths of stealing someone's identity for implants is unbelievable!