Dolezal is the subject of a Netflix documentary called “The Rachel Divide,” which was released in April.
According to a statement from Netflix, she was not paid for the project.
In 2017, Dolezal reported a “change of circumstance,” citing a “one-time job” for “speaking and voice overs” she did in October that earned her ,000, according to documents.
Documents show Dolezal was made aware that she would be criminally prosecuted if she “willfully” made a false statement or failed to report things.
Dolezal is expected to appear in court on June 6, KHQ-TV reported.
She resigned from the NAACP in June 2015 when her parents revealed she was actually white, and claimed that since then she had been unemployed and unable to find work, the Spokesman-Review reported.
Dolezal” with first-degree theft by welfare fraud, second-degree perjury and false verification for public assistance.
Local reporters who went to her Spokane home seeking comment said she declined to say anything and closed the door.
The ‘silent generation’, born before war, founded the welfare state and paid for it, despite not benefiting from its expanded education system or recent moves to make state pension more generous.
As a result they are the generation that has put most in compared to what they took out.