Back on October 10th, a police officer in San Antonio, Texas spotted a car parked by the side of the road. When he looked inside, he saw 48-year-old Sheila Bailey Eubank tied up with ROPE.
--She told the cop a man had jumped into her car while she was at an ATM. He held a knife to her throat and forced her to drive him around so he could make drug deals. Then he choked her with the rope, tied her up, and left her.
--The cops started searching for the drug dealer, but they didn't find him. What they DID find was a lottery ticket in Sheila's possession that she'd bought during the hours she was supposedly being held at knifepoint.
--And surveillance footage from the ATM and a convenience store showed she wasn't carjacked. She was just running errands.
--When the cops confronted her, Sheila admitted she'd made the entire thing up. She said she just WANTED ATTENTION . . . and, quote, "a day off from work." It's not clear who helped her by TYING HER UP or if she somehow did it herself.
--She was arrested for a felony charge of aggravated perjury.