Fort Meyers, Florida (AP) --
Authorities are investigating after a southwest Florida woman wound up with a $20,000 phone bill.
Lee County sheriff's deputies said the woman claims the
international calls to Somalia and the United Arab Emirates were
made without her knowledge. She canceled the phone service after
detecting the charges.
Initially the phone company said she didn't have to pay for the
charges, but later said she is responsible for part of them.
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