False pretenses, and fraud are the felony charges against Sara Ylen. The 38-year old Lexington woman is facing six charges some eight years after reportedly being diagnosed with cancer. Ylen was arraigned Monday by the Sanilac County District Court. She was charged with two counts of false pretenses of $20,000 or more, two counts of false pretenses $1,000 to $20,000, one count of using a computer to commit a crime and one count of health care fraud. Reports say investigation began about a year ago following information that a fundraiser was being organized for Ylen – in 2005 Ylen claimed to have cancer, identifying a number of physicians who made that diagnosis. Hospice care in the amount of $94,000 had been paid by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan over a number of years. Through investigation, Michigan State Police say none of the physicians had made that diagnosis. Last year, a man whom Ylen accused of raping her was released from prison with charges dropped. Maximum punishment for current charges could add up to over 50 years, if convicted.