Remember, Charlies Rogers had said that several masked men had came into her house during a night, then had attached her and tortured her (they bound her with zip ties), had painted homophobe words on her body and had burned her living room. She had supposedly succeeded in escaping to call the police.
However, police officers had noted inconsistencies between her remarks and the crime's scene. After several months of investigation, it was concluded that it was indeed a lie.
Rogers was judged and sentenced of one week of prison. She will also serve a two- years on probation and be required to undergo a psychological evaluation and complete 250 hours of community hours for lying to investigators in July 2012 according to The Lincoln Journal-Star.