This is a story for the ages in the bizarre category. A woman stole the identity of an attorney to gain entry into a private jail area in hopes of having sex with her lover. First of all, all I can say is wow. Second, the poor attorney was banned from the jail after the occurance until her name was cleared. And third, this has to be one of the greatest examples of misplaced love I have ever heard of.
Tiffany Weaver is no lawyer. But that little fact didn’t stop the 29-year-old Reisterstown woman from impersonating an attorney reportedly to have sex with an inmate in a Baltimore City prison.
Weaver pleaded guilty Wednesday to identity theft and displaying the government ID of another, but denied allegations from investigators that she engaged in sexual contact with inmate Jason Moody.
“There was never any sexual intercourse,” Weaver’s attorney Ivan Bates told Baltimore City Circuit Judge Althea Handy. “There was no thrusting whatsoever.” Weaver agreed with that comment in a brief interview after her guilty plea. “No, there wasn’t,” she said.
Weaver showed prison officers a fake Maryland State Bar Association Security Identification pass with her photo attached to the name of Amanda Sprehn of the Annapolis law firm Hyatt, Peters & Weber on Nov. 13, court records indicate. She also presented jail officials with a business card with Sprehn’s name, according to charging documents. via Examiner.com.