A woman from Illinois who allegedly sent death threats to Barron Trump, the son of former President Donald Trump, is going viral on social media. The woman, who is reportedly named Tracy Fiorenza, is accused of sending several emails to Barron Trump’s school, Oxbridge Academy in Palm Beach, Florida, between May and June this year.
What Did Tracy Fiorenza Say in Alleged Death Threat Emails to Barron Trump?
According to Benzinga, in one of the emails, sent on June 5, Fiorenza allegedly wrote, “I am going to slam a bullet in Barron Trump’s head with his father in self defense”. She also expressed her intention to shoot Donald Trump, and claimed that he was not the legitimate president of the United States.
Tracy Fiorenza Was an Avid Election Conspiracy Theorist Based on Alleged Facebook Posts
Investigators discovered that Fiorenza’s Facebook page posts showed that she was obsessed with conspiracy theories about Donald Trump, other politicians, and the 2020 election. According to reports, on June 14, the US Secret Service based in Chicago got her to confess to writing the death threat emails to Barron Trump.
It’s not clear if she was arrested and charged with making threats against the former president and his family. There are no other details about what type of legal action she is facing, or if she has hired a lawyer.
Her case has sparked outrage and condemnation from many people online, who denounced her actions as hateful and dangerous. Some also expressed sympathy and concern for Barron Trump, who is only 17 years old.