Authorities in New Jersey have charged a trainer for allegedly forging a health care provider’s be aware that claimed she had a medical exemption to stop her from adhering to the district’s masks coverage.
Prosecutors in Middlesex County say 55-year-old Gayle Hadley was arrested on Sept. 23 for forging medical data to the Woodbridge Public School District.
The Toms River lady allegedly submitted the pretend letter again on Sept. 8 “in which she claimed a fictitious medical exemption.”
Hadley now faces expenses of uttering and falsifying medical data, in accordance to prosecutors. It wasn’t instantly clear if she had employed an lawyer.
Following Gov. Phil Murphy’s statewide order, the varsity district requires masks carrying indoors however permits for medical exemptions.