We generally try not to judge anyone, but these people... wow. That's low.
1She used donations to get breast implants
Unfortunately, when police investigated the case, they found that Toler never had cancer and had used all of the $8,000 to pay a plastic surgeon for breast implants. Toler paid the surgeon in cash. (Source | Photo)
2This teenager raised $17,000 by creating a bogus charity
Gomez's attorney claims that the teenager started the charity for altruistic reasons and planned to donate the money to cancer research. She is currently still incarcerated for lack of the $50,000 bond. (Source | Photo)
3He asked people to donate to his "Bucket List"
Magilner not only removed his hair and changed his appearance to keep up his ruse, but he even had a "bucket list" of items and trips he wanted to take before he died, and he actively tried to get people to buy things for him. (Source | Photo)
4Mental Illness made her think she was really sick
It is unclear how much money Nicholas actually raised, but authorities estimate it was between $1,700 and $10,000. She returned most of the donations to make restitution. (Source | Photo)
5She faked cancer to win a dream wedding and honeymoon
After learning that a doctor's note she had used to prove her illness was a fake, Vega was arrested and indicted on charges of fraud and grand larceny. (Source | Photo)
6She waxed her head to be more convincing
Eventually, Kirilow's own father discovered her lie and told her that if she didn't turn herself in, he would. Kirilow refused, so her father outed her as a fraud. She later confessed but only admitted to stealing about $5,000. (Source | Photo)
7She kept up her scam for six years
Luker, who never actually had cancer, reportedly used $14,000 to salvage their home from foreclosure in 2009, and used another $4,000 to buy a Harley Davidson motorcycle for her husband.
Luker's husband apparently believed that his wife actually was sick, so he was not prosecuted after making restitution and a donation to the American Cancer Society. Luker, however, received 364 days in jail for faking cancer to scam $19,000, along with a year in jail on fraud and larceny charges. She was also sentenced to 18 months probation, and 200 hours of community service. (Source | Photo)
8She used Facebook to raise money
During her trial, the prosecution called over twenty people to testify that Holzman told them directly that she had brain cancer and was dying. At her sentencing on June 28, 2012, she could face three to seven years in prison. (Source | Photo)
9Man lies about his wife having cancer
Wellington's lie was discovered when he told his employer that his wife had died, but they were not able to find a funeral or an obituary announcement. The ruse was finally over when Wellington's wife opened a sympathy card containing a money order of $500. She had not been ill at all, and had no idea that he had been using her to gain money and sympathy for almost two years. Wellington was arrested and charged with two counts of theft by deception, a Class A felony punishable with up to 15 years in prison, if convicted. (Source | Photo)
10She said her healthy 15-year-old daughter had cancer
Alicia Kelly pleaded guilty to abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult, destruction or desecration of human remains, child abuse or neglect, three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two counts of swindling. Kelly was sentenced to a total of ten years suspended, to three years for all the charges, including time served since her incarceration in Feb. 2011. (Source | Photo)