Rachel Dolezal Faces Felony Charges For Welfare Fraud


Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the civil rights group in Spokane, was charged on Tuesday for theft by welfare fraud and false identity verification in applying for public assistance, NBC affiliate KHQ-TV reports.

Authorities say Dolezal illegally received $8,747 in food assistance and $100 in child care assistance from August 2015 through November 2017. Investigators reviewed her Department of Social and Health Services paperwork and found she had been reporting her only source of income was $300 a month in gifts from friends. However, she also deposited nearly $84,000 into the bank from August of 2015 to September 2017, authorities said.

That money came from authoring her memoir, In Full Color, speaking engagements, soap making, doll making, and the sale of her art, according to the case file.

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She will be arraigned on the charges on June 6. Court documents said she did not want to waive her rights.

Following Dolezal's resignation from the NCAAP chapter and the firing from her Eastern Washington University teaching position in the African studies department, she was unemployed and feeding her family with food stamps, the Guardian reported. When asked about financial discrepancies in her fillings, he writes, Diallo simply stated she "fully disclosed her information", then asked, "what discrepancies?"

Dolezal's story of posing as an African American captured headlines in 2015. Dolezal did not answer and instead walked off-camera.

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Rachel Dolezal in the documentary "The Rachel Divide". According to a statement from Netflix, she was not paid for the project.

Dolezal faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted, KHQ-TV in Spokane, Washington reported on Thursday. "This is known as an Intentional Program Violation", the court documents read.

According to the documents, Dolezal did submitted a "change of circumstance" to DSHS, insisting she received a one-tie payment of $20,000 in October 2017, but failed to make mention of any additional earnings.

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