The lady that had her daughter write the fake "essay" (which was four sentences long, by the way) about her Fake Dead Daddy in order to win Hannah Montana tickets, was on The Today Show this morning.
So odd. Matt Lauer, because the lady was "very nervous", allowed her to read a statement apologizing for the incident. But more odd was that she appeared with her lawyer and psychiatrist. Psychiatrist?
It was fairly boring until she said that she had explained to her daughter what had happened by being truthful. "I told my daughter the truth. I told her we wrote an essay and they said it was a lie. And I refused to accept the tickets."
"Refuse the tickets or they were taken away?" Lauer asked.
"I refused the tickets," came the reply.
She's still having a little difficulty with that Truth Thing. But good eyebrows.
at 9:13 AM