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A judge has dropped charges against a Florida woman after her older sister is said to have stolen her identity in order to beat a prostitution charge.
Samantha Humienny, 24, was stopped by New Jersey police in November last year on a prostitution-related charge, authorities say.
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But when it came to identifying herself officers say she gave the name Jaclyn Humienny, who is actually her 20-year-old sister living in Florida and is studying to become a teacher.
Samantha is said to have given the name Jaclyn twice when being charged. When she failed to show up to court warrants were sent to her sibling.
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Paterson municipal court Judge Giuseppe Randazzo has now dismissed the charges after Jaclyn said the criminal record could have ruined her career.
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She told ABC7 that 'having a potential criminal record for prostitution could literally ruin my future career as a teacher'.
In a statement the court said: 'An expungement of the charges against Jaclyn Humienny will be expedited and related fees will be waived. Officials from Paterson Municipal Court will send Ms. Humienny a letter explaining the actions taken.'
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Jaclyn, who is training to work with children with disabilities, said she had sent her work time sheet to the judge to prove she was working in Florida...
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