Woman, 19, who accused four teenagers who support Trump of cutting their tires and leaving a note that said, "Go home." in your car and you're charged for making the story & # 39;
- Adwoa Lewis told detectives on Friday that she was driving to her home on Long Island on September 2, when four teenagers confronted her and shouted "Trump 2016".
- They also allegedly told the 19-year-old black man that "he did not belong here"
- Lewis said he found his tires cut and a note saying "go home" the next day.
- A police investigation revealed that there had not been a confrontation
- Lewis admitted later that he wrote the note, the Nassau County police said on Saturday
Megan Sheets for Dailymail.com
Adwoa Lewis, 19, was accused of inventing a story about a hate crime by four teenagers who support Trump in Baldwin, New York.
A New York woman has been arrested after police say she invented a story that claims to be a victim of a hate crime.
Adwoa Lewis gave the detectives a written statement on Friday, in which she said she was driving home on Long Island on September 2 when four teenagers confronted her.
She claimed that they shouted & # 39; Trump 2016! & # 39; before telling the 19-year-old black man that he "did not belong here."
Lewis said that the next morning he discovered that his tires had been cut and that there was a note saying "Go home" in his car, which was parked in front of his house in Baldwin.
The note that Lewis said he found in his car the morning after the showdown is shown above. The 19-year-old admitted that she wrote it herself
After an "extensive investigation," Nassau County police determined that there had not been any confrontation between Lewis and the teenagers.
Later she admitted to writing the note herself.
Lewis was accused of making a false statement in writing and was released on an appearance ticket, police said Saturday.
He is expected to appear in court on September 24.