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January 16, 2003


“Regina Danson was granted asylum after she claimed she was a disgraced tribal princess who would face sexual mutilation if deported to Ghana. Her tale of woe outraged the public and won her support from feminist Gloria Steinem, actress Julia Roberts and then-first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton,” notes the AP. “Officials now say the tale wasn't true. A federal jury in Brooklyn deliberated about five hours Wednesday before finding Danson, 33, guilty of lying to immigration officials.”