An Orange County councilman has been accused of using a fake name on his driver's license to avoid paying child support.
Sangjin Miller Oh, 48, was elected to the Buena Park city council in 2010. Now county prosecutors have charged Oh with six felony counts of perjury.
The district attorney says that Oh applied for a license under the name "Robert Oh" without revealing that he had applied for a license under a different name, which is a felony. He is also accused of failing to disclose that his other license had been suspended, also a felony.
The four other felony charges stem from four vehicles Oh is alleged to have registered under the fraudulently obtained license.
Oh faces a little more than six years in state prison if convicted.
This is not the first time Oh has been accused of lying.