She posted photos of herself looking thin and frail in a wheelchair and wrote that she had multiple kinds of cancer, including brain, ovarian and stomach cancer. Instead, prosecutors said she used the money to support her heroin habit.
"No donation is too big nor too small, anything at all would help greatly," she wrote.
“There was no cancer, no chemotherapy, no radiation and no medical bills. There was just heroin,” Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said in April.
Though prosecutors asked for as much as seven years in prison, Ozarowski and her attorney will get 24 months of inpatient and outpatient drug treatment and community service. The will do community service and be on probation for the third year. She will also have to pay $10,000 in restitution.