Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

College Girl Became Millionaire Overnight Until She Made A Few Mistakes.

Running Away

Running Away

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She knew she wouldn't be able to hide from the authorities for too long, but she needed to give it a shot. She wasn't about to go back to being just a regular girl, particularly now that she was loving her new lifestyle. She went the extra mile and started hiding her money in other bank accounts and proceeded to apply for an emergency passport for Malaysia. She was looking to flee Sydney and get back to her parents, where she innocently believed she'd be safe, and free from the police.

Rich Problems

Rich Problems

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Christine was living most people's wildest fantasies, spending money on luxurious items, but she was particularly fond of what the money did for her reputation. Everyone knew her as the rich girl on campus, and she wasn't about to let go of her status. If she would've been smarter about her expenditures, maybe none of this would've happened, but she would soon find out that none of that cash actually belonged to her.

All Ready To Go

All Ready To Go

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Her luxurious bags and outfits were all packed up, and she was ready to go. She just had to wait for her emergency passport application, and the second she got it, she'd run away from this mess. But she quickly realized that there's no way to escape your responsibilities as finally, she got caught by authorities.

$4,6 Million Bucks

$4,6 Million Bucks

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Christine was arrested as she was trying to board the plane, but she didn't seem to understand the gravity of the situation. Inside, she was dripping in sweat and fear, though. She knew she needed to stay calm, because she didn't want to be held accountable over the $4.6 million dollars they were after. She thought she'd be able to live off her wildest fantasies for a bit longer, but she knew one day it'd all come to an end.

A Huge Mistake

A Huge Mistake

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As you probably imagined, the $4.6 million in her bank account wasn't actually hers to spend. Thanks to a "glitch" in Westpack's banking system, Christine had been able to overdraw unlimited amounts of cash. She had been living everyone's wildest dreams and spending mad money like it was nothing for 11 months.

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