Assistant Attorney General Charles Rogers called Reid a liar who is trying to keep her aunt's boyfriend, who is on parole, from returning to prison.
“You're telling this story to the jury today to keep Mr. Edinburgh from getting back in trouble, aren't you?” Rogers said.
“No,” she said.
Reid pleaded guilty April 11 to 23 of the 24 counts against her. In addition to conspiracy to defraud the state, Edinburgh is facing charges of forgery and obtaining money by false pretenses.
Reid told jurors in Oklahoma County District Judge Ray C. Elliott's court
The case is expected to go to the jury Thursday morning.