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Emily Kathleen Everett, also known as “Emily Hegner,” 34, surrendered on March 9, 2011 to the San Francisco County Jail after a variety of charges were brought against her relating to a workers’ compensation claim she filed after a supposed July 19, 2007 on-the-job accident.

Claiming she slipped and fell in a puddle of water, injuring her right wrist, left knee, and hip area, Everett began collecting disability benefits. After the accident, she was seen wearing a wrist brace and walking with a cane, and also alleged severe back spasms.

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