The investigation into Dolezal began in March of previous year when an investigator from the Washington Department of Social and Health Services learned she had written a book that had been published. That didn't match up with the income she reported: just $500 per month in child support.
Authorities who are charging Dolezal with welfare fraud say the controversial personality illegally received $8,747 in food assistance and $100 in child care assistance from August 2015 through November 2017. Investigators believe the money came from her book, speaking engagements and selling art, soaps and handmade dolls. Dolezal responded that she had "fully disclosed her information and asked what discrepancies", the investigator said.
Local reporters who went to her Spokane home seeking comment said she declined to say anything and closed the door.
Diallo has also been hit with perjury and false verification for public assistance charges. She also was dismissed from a police ombudsman commission and lost a university teaching post.
Dolezal said one of her friends helped her pay rent in February 2017 but that she expected to be homeless the next month because no one would hire her. Dolezal did report a "change of circumstance" to the state agency, saying she did a one-time job in October 2017 worth $20,000, according tocourt documents. The records showed she had not reported her self-employment income to the Department.
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