Talk about self-incrimination. California resident Jeanne Manunga reported to three different police departments in Orange County that her ex-boyfriend and his sister-in-law were threatening her with harassing text messages—but authorities discovered that Manunga was actually sending them herself. Apparently, following her 2008 breakup, the 25-year-old bought a prepaid cell phone in the name of her ex-boyfriend’s sister-in-law and started texting threats to herself, ultimately resulting in the ex-boyfriend and his sister-in-law each being arrested. The two proved their innocence by tracking down the store where Manunga purchased the prepaid phone. The woman has has been convicted of three counts of felony false imprisonment by fraud, two misdemeanors for the false police reports, and ordered to pay the victims $50,000 in restitution.