BRIGHTON, Mich. (AP)– A 34-year-old Michigan woman who received more than $30,000 through an online fundraising campaign after falsely claiming she had breast cancer faces up to 15 years in prison.

Candace Streng pleaded guilty Friday in a Livingston County courtroom to larceny by false pretenses. She will be sentenced Oct. 4.

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The GoFundMe account page said Streng had been fighting Stage 4 breast cancer.

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Nearly 400 people donated, thinking they were helping to pay Streng’s medical expenses. The account was deactivated earlier this year following an investigation by Brighton police.

Streng paid more than $19,000 Friday toward restitution owed to people who donated money. She still owes more than $30,000 in restitution.

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