School principal resigns after writing $100,000 check to Elon Musk impersonator

Brandon Vigliarolo reports:

The principal of a Florida science and technology charter school has resigned after allegedly writing a $100,000 check to an Elon Musk impersonator using school funds.

Dr Jan McGee, who is listed as a founding board member of Burns Science and Technology Charter in Oak Hill, Florida, told the school’s board of directors that she had been fooled by the fake Musk after being “groomed” (in her words) for months.

“I am a very smart lady. Well educated. I fell for a scam,” McGee told the board, according to local news reports.

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