Jenna Butler, 24 was arrested for driving a stolen car, which she herself did not know was stolen in a burglary two weeks before.
When she was arrested and police inquired her name, then she told a lie and claimed herself to be Zoe Cooke-her half-sister.
Jenna was offered this car by one of the fellow guests so that she could go and buy some boozes and cigarettes.
The girl spun this pack of lies to avoid any further complications on her another hearing that was due in one of the family courts.
She did not want any negative effect of her arrest on her hearing in the court.
She kept pretending to be Miss Cooke but later she had to confess that all she told was nothing more than a lie. She spoke the truth as the result of police detailed and in-depth inquiries.
Miss Cooke was not even arrested. Another girl was quizzed by the police who claimed that her boyfriend had the stolen car.
Ultimately, no one was arrested in this case of car theft.
Her court hearing was completed later at Minshull Street Crown Court. Butler from Atherton agreed and admitted that she tried to influence the course of justice.
The court ordered her to complete unpaid 150 working hours which will be a part of a 2-year community order.