After having a benign lump removed from her breast in 2008, 23-year-old Toronto woman, Ashley Kirilow, devised an elaborate scheme to make money by faking a cancer diagnosis. Kirilow apparently removed all the hair on her head and face, started a charity called "Change for the Cure," and collected over $20,000 in donations. Eventually, Kirilow's own father discovered her lie and told her that if she didn't turn herself in, he would. Kirilow refused, so her father outed her as a fraud. She later confessed but only admitted to stealing about $5,000.