A woman working for the state of Georgia has to face the music after faking two pregnancies. Forty-three-year-old Robin Folsom was working as the Director of External Affairs and supervised the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency’s (GVRA) marketing and media communications when in October 2020, she advised the state agency she was pregnant. By May 2021, she announced she had given birth. GVRA eventually got an email from a person claiming to be the father of the child, and stating the new mother had been mandated several weeks of rest following delivery. The state agency then approved seven weeks of paid leave. An investigation by the Inspector General’s Office reveals that in March 2021, a co-worker noticed a lower portion of Folsom’s stomach coming apart from her body—they believed Folsom was wearing a fake pregnancy stomach. The General’s Office said Folsom sent photos of the new baby to various co-workers, but the pictures were inconsistent and the children had varying skin colors. Folsom also faked another pregnancy in July 2020. On Thursday (February 10th) Folsom was indicated on three counts of felony false statements and one count of identity fraud.