LIAR! Claim Of Florida Turnpike Sex Assault A Lie By Boca Woman

Alexandra Westover, courtesy Palm Beach County Jai.

Alexandra Westover, courtesy Palm Beach County Jai.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted on the Florida Turnpike is a liar and from Boca Raton. Alexandra Westover of the 17000 block of Hampton Blvd. in West Boca was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail Thursday afternoon. She was released on her own recognizance early Friday.

From PBSO:

After further investigation it has been determined that the victim, Alexandria Westover, fabricated her sexual assault story.

Detectives re-interviewed Alexandria today and she admitted to fabricating the story. Alexandria was arrested and charged with False Report of a Crime and Perjury Not During Official Proceedings.

Detectives from the Special Investigations Division, Florida Highway Patrol and PBC State Attorney’s Office, Special Victims Unit, exhausted over 100 hundred hours of manpower investigating this sexual assault case.

Alexandria has been taken to PBC Jail for processing.

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