false reports

The exchanges also show that State's Attorney Kim Foxx communicated with her team about the "Empire" actor even after she recused herself from his case.
City officials previously ordered the "Empire" actor to pay $130,106 for police overtime incurred during the inquiry into his claim of a hate crime.
Chicago police tweeted the announcement in their investigation of filing a false report after the actor said he was beaten in a racist, homophobic assault.
She has pleaded guilty, saying she made up the story after cutting herself and her clothing.
The suspect confessed he accidentally cut himself and feared his insurance wouldn't cover treatment.