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A 28-year-old woman is facing charges after she reportedly dressed as a student and snuck into a Florida high school for more Instagram followers

Summary List PlacementA 28-year-old woman is facing charges after authorities in Florida allege she disguised herself as a student and snuck into a high school in an effort to build her Instagram following. According to CBS Miami, police said in a report that Audrey Nicole Francisquini was wearing a backpack and carrying a skateboard when she entered American Senior High School on May 10. Francisquini passed out fliers to students, telling them to follow her on social media. When stopped by school guards, she claimed she was a new student searching for the registration office, according to WKRC-TV. She continued to approach...

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A 28-year-old woman is facing charges after authorities in Florida allege she disguised herself as a student and snuck into a high school in an effort to build her Instagram following.

According to CBS Miami, police said in a report that Audrey Nicole Francisquini was wearing a backpack and carrying a skateboard when she entered American Senior High School on May 10.

Francisquini passed out fliers to students, telling them to follow her on social media. When stopped by school guards, she claimed she was a new student searching for the registration office, according to WKRC-TV.

She continued to approach students as they were going to class when she was confronted by the guards a second time before security notified school administrators of a “potential threat” on campus grounds.

Francisquini left school grounds but was later arrested at her North Miami Beach residence after authorities found her Instagram account. 

“I legit have I don’t know how many cops outside right now of my house,” Francisquini posted on her Instagram before her arrest, according to WSVN. “I’m not going outside at all”

Police said Francisquini recorded her actions on her phone. She was charged with resisting an officer without violence, and burglary among other charges, WSVN reported.

“A thorough review of this matter is underway,” a Miami-Dade County Public Schools spokesperson told NBC Miami.
“As always, Miami-Dade County Public Schools will continue to work tirelessly to protect the safety and wellbeing of our students and employees.”

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