A Nebraska woman has been convicted of faking an anti-gay hate crime in Lincoln. 34-year-old, Charlie Rogers has pleaded no contest to the crime, after initially pleading not guilty. Her lawyer, Brett McArthur, says Rogers maintains her innocence, but decided she wasn't up for the court battle. The former University of Nebraska-Lincoln basketball player had originally said she was eager to tell her side of the story in court, but instead made a YouTube video saying she wasn't going to stop talking. Rogers claimed in July that 3 masked men broke into her home, assaulted her, scratched anti-gay words on her body, spray-painted anti-gay slurs on her walls and tried to set her house on fire. Police determined that Rogers did it herself or had it done intentionally. Rogers will be sentenced on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th. She could get 1 year in jail and a $1,000 fine.