A clout-chasing 28-year-old Florida woman is accused of posing as a high school student in a vain attempt to boost her follower count on social media.

Audrey Francisquini allegedly snuck into American Senior High School in Hialeah with pamphlets promoting her Instagram page on Monday morning, the Miami Herald reported.

She wore a backpack and carried a skateboard as she wandered the halls, filming herself and asking students to follow her account, the newspaper reported.

When she was approached by a security guard, Francisquini told them that she looking for the registration office, police said.

But instead of going to the office, she continued to roam the halls, approaching students before they entered classes, authorities said.

Security officers attempted to stop her again, but she kept walking and eventually left school grounds, police said.

But authorities tracked her down through her Instagram page and arrested her at her North Miami Beach home, the newspaper reported.

She was taken into custody on charges of burglary, interfering with a school function, and resisting arrest without violence.

Audrey Francisquini allegedly snuck into American Senior High School in Hialeah with pamphlets promoting her Instagram page on Monday morning, the Miami Herald reported.
Audrey Francisquini allegedly snuck into American Senior High School in Hialeah with pamphlets promoting her Instagram page on Monday morning, the Miami Herald reported.
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Miami-Dade County Public Schools said they’re looking into how Francisquini was able to bypass security and get onto campus.

“This is an unfortunate incident involving a female who trespassed on school grounds under false pretenses,” spokeswoman Jaquelyn Calzadilla told the Miami Herald.

“As always, Miami-Dade County Public Schools will continue to work tirelessly to protect the safety and well-being of our students and employees.”



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