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A woman in California who previously served prison time for identity theft was busted at a high-end hotel after investigators said she used even more stolen cash to live a life of luxury, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. Maria Christina Johnson was accused of stealing the identities of a slew of people she met through online dating and home rental websites.Investigators said she would "capitalize on her physical attraction" to get into victims' homes and obtain their personal information, ultimately using it to open new lines of credit.They added that during one hotel stay, she even tried and failed to buy her own car."She has no legitimate source of income and lists her occupation as a dog trainer, yet appeared to live the high-dollar lifestyle of the café society entirely off stolen identities," the sheriff's department reported.But detectives said they learned in March that she had gone back to her old ways.
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Investigators said Johnson also went by the names Maria Christina Gia, Maria Hainka, Maria Hendricks and Gia Hendricks.
She used the Hendricks name to try passing herself off as a member of NASCAR's Hendrick Motorsports team, the LA Times reported, adding that she also posed as a modeling agency manager.
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