Remember back in May when police found a woman tied up in Aroldis Chapman’s hotel room?
She claimed to have been robbed of $200,000 worth of jewelry, but then changed her story several times and was later charged with lying to police. Well, this week she pleaded guilty in exchange for the charge being lessened from a misdemeanor to disorderly conduct.
Moriah Balingit of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the woman–a 27-year-old named Claudia Manrique–failed a polygraph test and “after the 12 hours of questioning police determined she was being untruthful.”
Her punishment after all of this? “Manrique was ordered to pay an $164 fine, according to court records.”
What a weird story.