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Student Amelia Perrin recently wrote a post for The Tab about what it's like to have your face stolen. They didn't actually steal it from her skull and put it on ice. Instead, they copied her Instagram selfies and uploaded them to a phony account for the purpose of catfishing unsuspecting people. Here's the real Amelia:

throwback to when I was employed and spent all my lunch breaks trying on the dresses lol

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Here's the phony using Amelia's face:

Sources: The Tab | Amelia Perrin