Months later, Field was shocked to discover that her picture was being distributed by Canadian police, who wanted to question her over a string of anthrax hoaxes that terrorized Saskatoon in 2017. They had in fact been carried out by a woman named Alexa Emerson, who targeted any business that annoyed her. When the police made her their key suspect, she went on Fiverr and hired Field. The "book extract" was actually a detailed confession to the crimes, which Emerson then sent to the police and media. In something of a mixed blessing for Field, the cops never considered her a serious suspect, apparently because they found her performance in the video to be unconvincing and "clearly scripted."
We can't imagine why.
Everyone's a critic.