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An Australian lady was condemned Tuesday to during slightest one year in jail for fibbing on her resume to land a $185,000 a year supervision job, according to a report.
Veronica Hilda Theriault, 45, was charged in Sep 2017 with deception, dishonestly traffic with papers and abuse of open office, Australia’s ABC reported. She pleaded guilty to all a charges.
Australian Veronica Hilda Theriault has pleaded guilty to fibbing on her resume to land a high-paying supervision job.
On Tuesday, District Court Judge Michael Boylan gave Theriault 25 months in jail, 12 of which are not authorised for parole.
Boylan pronounced Theriault practical for a pursuit of arch information officer with a Department of Premier and Cabinet (DBC). The focus was filled with fake references, a built education, and an detailed work history, he said.
“That CV led to we being interviewed for a pursuit – we granted that ask to a Department of Premier and Cabinet and [it] is a basement for dishonestly traffic with documents,” Boylan said.
Boylan also pronounced Theriault simulated to be one of a references when a recruiter called as partial of a employing process.
“She gave intense feedback during your performance, though in fact we were impersonating Ms. Best,” Boylan said. “The genuine Ms. Best had not given we a reference.”
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The justice also listened arguments that Theriault was employed in a position for about a month before her mental health declined and her rascal was uncovered, ABC reported.
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The Department of Premier and Cabinet did not immediately respond to Fox News’ ask for comment.