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Louise Wightman left Suffolk Superior Court in Boston yesterday after receiving a six-month jail sentence, suspended for five years, for convictions on charges of larceny, filing false healthcare claims, and posing as a psychologist. The former Combat Zone stripper apologized ‘‘for any harm I’ve done.’’ Prosecutors had asked for a prison term of 2-1/2 years.

Woman gets suspended sentence for pretending to be psychologist

By John R. Ellement and Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / May 15, 2007

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Louise Wightman stood yesterday and spoke in a calm voice just moments after cold torrents of anger were directed at her by a former patient and the parents of patients she treated while professing, falsely, to be a licensed psychologist. (Full article: 604 words)

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