In 2009, she reportedly faked her own kidnapping in Los Angeles in an attempt to shake down the man with whom she was living for the fake ransom money.
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The parole violation from Orange County was related to a 2013 conviction for almost the exact same crime the Mountain View cops were looking into, according to a news release from the department on Facebook.
Kim, 44, met several men from a Korean dating site, moved in with them, then falsely accused them of domestic assault or of trying to rob her, police say, according to OC Weekly.
Kim said her fiancé attacked her, but she did not provide police with a full name or identification, again, just like the Irvine case for which she was on parole.
The man was arrested at the time of the report but was later released for a lack of evidence.
Eight hours of nothing but pure dread, to be followed by eight hours of isolation as she flew home? Meghan sending her rings back to her ex-husband doesn't say anything about her other than their marriage was over and she knew it.
"A wealthy entrepreneur friend claimed the marriage ended so abruptly that Meghan sent her wedding and engagement rings back to Trevor by registered post," the book reads.
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As a term of her parole in 2017, Kim was not allowed to leave Orange County, according to KCBS.
But Mountain Home police say that in January of this year, she was living in Palo Alto with a man she said was her fiancé. Using another name, as she did to earn her prior identity theft conviction in 2013, she called the cops on a man who told police the two were only housemates, not romantically linked, according to the Facebook release.