|Cathy Wrench Cashwell|
(Scroll down for video) A U.S. Postal Service worker was busted as a fraud after appearing all healthy on a U.S. game show while claiming disability payments, according to court proceedings in North Carolina.
Now. the former USPS worker in North Carolina will pay the price after her appearance on "The Price is Right" game show revealed that she was fully capable of spinning the wheel, despite claiming she could not lift the mail bins.
Cathy Wrench Cashwell pleaded guilty to fraud in federal court. Cashwell had been collecting workers' compensation payments since injuring herself at work in 2004.
In workers' compensation paperwork introduced in September 2011, Cashwell claimed that her shoulder injury left her unable to sit, stand, kneel, crouch, climb, bend, or reach, according to federal investigators.
However, Cashwell could come and turn the famous "big wheel" in "The Price is Right", not once, but twice, during her appearance in 2009 of the television program.
Cashwell "raised her left arm above her head and grabbed the handle with her left hand," according to an indictment filed in September 2012. During her second round, Cashwell "raised her arms above her head and grabbed the same handle with both her hands."
Cashwell was also seen ziplining while on holiday in August 2010.