Martha Nichols made headlines for lying about cancer to raise money.
She was convicted of fraud for receiving money to cover medical expenses for a disease she didn't have.
Now she's opening up about it all.
"Knowing what I’ve done to everybody but especially my husband, my parents and my kids I don’t think there is any worse punishment than that. I have to respect that they don't understand this or they don't believe this for whatever reason. I know it's an unusual situation. It's bizarre. It's bizarre to us,” says Nichols.
Earlier this week, a judge suspended her sentence of ten years and ordered her to community service, to stay on her medication and get regular therapy.