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Chicago woman allegedly stalked Trump's teen son at Florida school threatening to kill him

Chicago woman arrested for threatening to kill former President Donald Trump and his son Barron Trump.

A woman from Chicago named Tracy Marie Fiorenza has been accused of making threats to kill former President Donald Trump and his son Barron. It has been revealed that Fiorenza had traveled to Barron's school in Florida months before the threats were made. Court and police records show that she was questioned by law enforcement outside the school during her visit. Fiorenza was arrested in Chicago this week after a federal criminal complaint was unsealed in Florida charging her with transmitting threats to kill another person.

During a detention hearing, prosecutors disclosed that Fiorenza had an encounter with a sheriff at the Palm Beach County school in March. The encounter was cited as evidence by the prosecution to argue that Fiorenza's threats were not idle and should be taken seriously. Police reports obtained through an open records request revealed that a security guard at the school called 911 in March after seeing Fiorenza outside the front gate asking about Barron Trump. The security guard described her as a "known stalker of a high-profile student" and stated that she had previously harassed people at the school by phone.

Fiorenza claimed to have conducted her own investigation into whether Barron was attending the school and wanted to talk to the headmaster. School officials considered her actions as trespassing and warned her that she would be arrested if she returned. The U.S. Secret Service later found Fiorenza at a nearby gas station and drove her back to her hotel. Two months later, Fiorenza allegedly sent threatening emails to the headmaster, stating her intention to shoot both Donald Trump Sr. and Barron Trump in the face.

In June, a U.S. Secret Service agent met with Fiorenza in Chicago and showed her copies of the threatening emails. Fiorenza confirmed that she had intentionally written and sent them from her residence in Plainfield. At a detention hearing, prosecutors argued that Fiorenza posed a real danger and should be denied bond. They acknowledged the possibility of underlying mental health issues but stated that there were no conditions of release that could guarantee the safety of the community. Fiorenza has sent numerous other communications to government officials and celebrities, claiming she was being attacked by "bad actors."

During the hearing, Fiorenza had several outbursts and made various claims, including that Donald Trump is the leader of a pedophile ring. She also alleged that the government followed her students and used remote sexual stimulation on them when she was a teacher. Fiorenza's attorney argued that while the allegations were alarming, there was no evidence to suggest she was a threat to anyone in the real world. He mentioned that Fiorenza believed she was being targeted by psychotronic weapons and emphasized that she would never actually get close to Barron Trump because she was afraid of him.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cummings ordered Fiorenza to remain in custody until she is transferred to the Southern District of Florida. She is currently being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago.

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