A woman was cited for filing a false police report on Friday when she admitted that she had lied about being raped.According to La Tresha Woodruff, public information officer for the Conway Police Department, Jessica Cherry, 28, of Conway, initially filed a report with officials on Tuesday and stated that she had been raped after taking a shortcut on her walk home."The victim told our officers that as she was walking home, she was approached by a man she was somewhat familiar with but only knew him by his first name," Woodruff stated. "Cherry said that when the man asked to pay her for sex and she refused, he raped her."Det. Jason Cameron spoke with Cherry three times over a period of three days and noted that she changed the details of her story from day to day. Cameron also spoke with the man Cherry accused of raping her who stated that she had offered to have sex with him in exchange for "crack". When confronted with the inconsistencies in her account of the incident as well as the information from her alleged attacker, Cherry finally admitted that she had lied about being raped."Det. Cameron conducted a final interview with Cherry, at which time she admitted she had sex with the man in exchange for drugs but was in pain afterwards," Woodruff said. "Cherry told Cameron that she reported that he (the man) raped her to get back at him for causing her pain."Cherry is being held at the Faulkner County Detention Center without bond due to having a hold placed on her for parole violations.(Candie Beck is a staff writer and can be reached at 505-1238 or at candie.beck@thecabin.net)