Ms. Sagar, who pleaded no contest in February to one count of felony workers' compensation fraud, was sentenced Aug. 21 to 120 days in county jail plus three years of supervised probation. In addition, she must pay the county $54,773 in restitution.
She has been out of custody on $50,000 bail.
Insurance fraud investigators looked into her situation after suspicions arose that she had faked her injury and was not "completely sedentary" and needing home care, prosecutors said.
After seeing the video, her physicians concluded that she had misrepresented her condition, prosecutors said. Her repayment includes the cost of the investigation.
Ms. Sagar's sentence, handed out by Superior Court Judge Craig Parsons, includes the loss of her Fourth Amendment search-and-seizure protections, a prohibition on owning weapons and ammunition, and a monthly probation fee of $100, prosecutors said.
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