She went to the police station and told police she was raped in her home and even took police her house to process the scene.
There, Williams showed them a damaged door lock at her front door, and she also showed the police the bedroom where she claimed the alleged assault had occurred. But when Williams was taken to the local hospital, the doctor said he could find no sign of rape or abuse on the young woman.
Police then charged Williams for committing a mischievous act to which she readily pled guilty when in front of the magistrate.
Mitigation pleas were heard today Friday, February 21 and she begins her community service at the magistrate court starting Monday.