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For six months Modupe Adunni Martin, 28, went about her daily routine as best she could—on crutches, claiming an ankle injury prevented her from working and walking unassisted. Then one day after an otherwise uneventful doctor’s appointment, Martin threw caution into the wind and slipped on high heels to meet her boyfriend at a public park.

Unbeknownst to her, investigators were watching…and waiting. That’s because the Hayward, Calif. woman’s behavior raised suspicion long before the revealing rendezvous, which would eventually lead to ten counts of insurance fraud and her arrest.

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