The police started having doubts after the woman presented forged medical certificates, saying her arm had been wounded from an explosion in front of the bar "Le Carillon". But the terrorists attacked the bar with assault rifles, not bombs, and the woman's name does not appear on the hospital victims lists from that night.
The Nov. 13 attacks killed 130 and left 413 wounded.
The woman, whom Le Figaro didn't name, will appear in court in Versailles on Monday for fraud and attempted fraud. She faces a 375,000-euro fine ($426,000) and five years in jail if found guilty.