BREAKING NEWS – Cambridge, Massachusetts – Harvard University’s chief diversity and inclusion officer has been hit with dozens of plagiarism allegations tied to her academic work — including one claim she failed to properly cite her own husband’s study.

The Ivy League school was handed an anonymous complaint listing at least 40 examples of alleged plagiarism by Sherri Ann Charleston dating back to 2009 — a decade before she joined Harvard, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

Charleston was defiant and maintained she was not to blame. “I blame the computer programmers that inventing formats that allows me to cut and paste,” she began. “Thus those people are directly responsible for creating technology for people like me to abuse the system, and should be arrested and charged with entrapment!”