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Jordan Finlayson, a former reality TV star, recently confessed to using counterfeit documents to avoid complying with police requirements related to drug charges. The 32-year-old, known for her appearance on a reality TV show in 2011, faced the Sydney Downing Centre Local Court where she pleaded guilty to four counts of utilizing false documents.

Initially claiming mental health reasons for her actions, Finlayson has now decided to move forward with sentencing. This decision comes after being previously sentenced to an 18-month community corrections order and a two-year driving disqualification due to drug-related offenses.

Police discovered multiple forged medical certificates in her possession during a raid on her hotel room, which were later found to be falsified. Despite the attempt to evade police reporting using these fake documents, Finlayson is now awaiting sentencing next month for her actions.


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Article Title: Ex-reality TV star’s court win after fooling cops with fake documents
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