Stephanie Sabouni, a 27-year-old child-services worker, was arrested yesterday for fabricating reports on the households she was supposed to be investigating when, in fact, she had never even met the families, may not yet have much of a defense, but she does have a media strategy: “If I were to go on national TV, I wouldn’t answer every question, but I’d talk about the corruption of the agency,” she told the Post today apropos of, as far as we can tell, nothing. Who will interview her in her mind, we wonder? Diane Sawyer? No, too old. Tyra! You have to admire these young people today. They sure know how to go about building a brand. [NYP]
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