Woman accused of faking her own attempted abduction

A COURT has heard embarrassing allegations against a Sydney woman accused of faking an attempted abduction.

Aida Chehadeh sent police on a man hunt after claiming a trio of attackers had attempted to drag her into their car at Liverpool in January.

Police will allege they later discovered CCTV footage of Ms Chehadeh casually smoking a cigarette outside her work at the time the attempt was supposed to have been made.

The case will return to court on April 9.


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