Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks now faces two charges for her very public case of cold feet last month before her wedding.
Gwinnett County, Georgia, District Attorney Danny Porter says a grand jury has returned an indictment on one felony and one misdemeanor charge against Wilbanks for claiming she'd been abducted and sexually assaulted.
The felony charge of false statement carries a maximum sentence of five years in jail and a $10,000 fine.
The misdemeanor of filing a false police report can yield a 12-month sentence and $1,000 fine.
Porter says "sympathy" doesn't play a part in deciding what charges to file against Wilbanks. But he says it can affect the outcome of the case.
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