A Miss USA contender with a penchant for forging signatures? Oh, she is so fired. Shaletta Porterfield, who was set to appear as Miss Wisconsin USA in next month's pageant, has dropped out of the running after being charged with three counts of identity theft. Porterfield admitted to investigators that she forged signatures of business owners on advertising contracts while working at an extremely high-pressure marketing company last year. Business owners smelled a rat when they were asked to proof ads they had never agreed to buy. Porterfield's lawyer told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that she forged the signatures for financial gain in order to meet her commission goals. He added that she will likely avoid prosecution by paying fines or fulfilling other settlement requirements.
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