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Consumer studies professor learns her identity was stolen by her own mother

Dr. Axton Betz-Hamilton

Dr. Axton Betz-Hamilton

Axton Betz-Hamilton, an assistant professor of consumer studies at Eastern Illinoiz University, had battled her own identity theft for 16 years. In 2012, she won an award for her work, and her mother stood smiling next to her as she accepted the honor.

Then, when her mother died, Axton learned that her mother was the one who stole her identity when she was 11 years old.

Axton says her mother was a low-grade psychopath.

My mom stole my identity when I was just 11 years old, on NYPost.com.

 



3 Comments on "Consumer studies professor learns her identity was stolen by her own mother"

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  1. Sunnygal says:

    Psychopaths have a personality disorder and no conscience. They are not normal.



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  2. Infinity says:

    What a sick psycho (the girl’s mother). It figures she only learned the truth after her mother’s death (as did I). I am beginning to see a pattern that maybe every psycho dies with things others, even thier own families, don’t know. And this is just a few Examples! I am sure many spaths die without anyone ever knowing the truth on them. Indeed, it was just the result of neglecting to hide a document or two. That’s all it takes. I think they are masters of hiding and keeping secret.
    All over the USA there are unclaimed PO and safety boxes. Surely, most are of deceased psychos that never told anyone these boxes existed.



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  3. Sunnygal says:

    I have a friend whose brother is lying to get power of attorney for their father away from him.



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