When Robin Lee arrived in Boise, Idaho in the late 1980s she was a struggling single mother with two small children – her son, Joshua, and daughter, Tabitha. Money was tight for Robin. With only a couple of dollars to her name, a new life in Boise was going to be difficult, but Robin was determined to make it work. Luckily for Robin, the local YWCA took her under their wing and offered her a managerial position at their bingo sessions. It seemed to her colleagues that the organization had made the right choice – Robin was good at her job and appeared to be a natural leader, and her charity work extended beyond the YWCA, helping the homeless and the local community...But Robin Lee wasn't the model citizen she appeared to be.