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Washington woman fined $500 over acid attack claim

A woman who claimed a stranger doused her with acid, only to later admit she injured herself was sentenced on Friday to pay a $500 fine and seek mental health treatment after pleading guilty to making a false statement to authorities. Full story

Suspended sentence for woman in acid attack hoax

A Washington woman who splashed her face with drain cleaner then claimed a black woman had attacked her has pleaded guilty to making a false statement to a public official and apologized to African Americans. Full story

Woman pleads not guilty in acid hoax case

Her face was red and blotchy but largely unbandaged as a 28-year-old Vancouver woman appeared in court to plead not guilty to charges arising from her false claim that a stranger splashed acid in her face. Full story

Prosecutor: Clear evidence in acid attack hoax

A prosecutor in the case of a Washington state woman who falsely claimed a stranger had thrown acid in her face said Tuesday that the decision to charge her with theft was an easy one. Full story

Parents sorry about daughter's acid-attack hoax

The parents of a woman who admitted pouring acid on her own face and blaming a stranger's attack apologized for the hoax Friday and said she was seeking medical help and counseling. Full story

Parents: 'There was no reason to doubt her'

   The parents of Bethany Storro, the Washington woman who claimed a stranger attacked her with acid, are apoligizing for the hoax.

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  Woman recovering after vicious acid attack

A witness says 28-year-old Bethany Storro was approached by a woman in downtown Vancouver, Wash., and had acid thrown in her face. Doctors say the young woman suffered second-degree burns. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.

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FILE - This image provided by the Legacy Emanuel Medical Center shows Bethany Storro prior to surgery in Portland, Ore. Vancouver, Wash. Police Chief Clifford Cook said that Bethany Storro admitted to fabricating a story about the attack in which she suffered severe burns on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010

Acid attack victim Bethany Storro
Acid attack victim Bethany Storro

This image provided by the Legacy Emanuel Medical Center shows Bethany Storro prior to surgery. Storro has undergone surgery at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center according to hospital spokeswoman Amber Shoebridge Wednesday night Sept. 1, 2010. An unidentified woman threw acid in her face in downtown Van

Bethany Storro, 28, is in serious condition after the acid attack
Bethany Storro, 28, is in serious condition after the acid attack

Bethany Storro, 28, is in serious condition after the acid attack.