A Tennessee hotel clerk is in trouble with the law, accused of stealing a customer's credit card number and charging thousands of dollars. But, it's what she's accused of doing with the money that's really surprising.
The victim says she spent her very real money tending to an imaginary plot of land.
Clarksville police say Belinda Blake stole the money to plant, plow land, harvest crops and raise livestock on Facebook's Farmville.
They say Blake got the credit card information from an Illinois guest who stayed at the Super 8 she works at back in November.
All the online gaming has added up to more than $4,000 in charges.
Clarksville police say the victim may not be the only one.
"According to her own admission, she used several other credit cards. You don't know the dollar figures at this point in time, and still for no return other than playing and building things," said Officer Jim Knoll.
This victim says after contacting Facebook, all the money used was sent back to her credit card company.