The woman that disappeared from the front page of the Obamacare website is speaking out in an interview. "I'm here to stand up for myself and let people know the truth," she told ABC News.
The woman, only identified as Adriana, says she was the victim of "cyberbullying" after the failed launch of the Healthcare.gov website.
But, how did she get to be the face of the biggest government blunder in recent history?
The saga of the photo started innocuously enough. Seeking free family photographs, Adriana emailed a contact at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the agency responsible for the Affordable Care Act's rollout, about having photos of her and her family taken in exchange for allowing the photos to be used to market the new health care law. She was never paid.
It seems rather odd that she would just happen to have a contact at that particular agency but that's what she says...
Adriana is originally from Columbia and is not even a US citizen. She is a permanent resident that has applied for citizenship. Her husband is a citizen as is her son.
Read more about Adriana here at ABC News or watch the interview below: