A New Jersey woman who goes by the Instagram handle ‘AntiVaxMomma‘ just got busted selling fake vaccine cards online. Prosecutors say 31-year-old Jasmine Clifford sold more than 250 fake cards over the social media platform, typically for $200 apiece.
She’s also accused of working with another woman to fraudulently enter people into the New York State Immunization database – at a cost $250. In an ironic twist, Clifford’s Instagram scheme was uncovered by… a TikTok user, who posted a video about it last week.
According to prosecutors, Clifford, a self-described online entrepreneur, started hawking forged Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccination cards through her AntiVaxMomma Instagram account in May.
Told you...— Michael Mc (@TizzyEnt) August 25, 2021
I've uncovered evidence of a scam allowing the unvaccinated to appear vaccinated, but how many? pic.twitter.com/bbFpZ8Kpcm