A 41-year-old woman from Plainfield, Illinois, appeared in court on Monday, August 21.
According to federal agents, Tracy Marie Fiorenza has confessed to making threats against former President Donald Trump and his son, Barron, 17, and traveling to Florida to stalk the teenager at his school.
Fiorenza’s court session took place at the Dirksen Federal Building, overseen by Judge Jeffrey Cummings, where she confirmed her identity and was presented with the charges of intending to harm the Trumps.
Details from a federal complaint filed in Florida’s Southern District indicate that Fiorenza owned up to sending alarming emails to a school administrator in Palm Beach County. Among these emails, one from May 21 stated a threat against the former President and his son, and another dated June 5 included a direct threat against Barron.
The federal prosecution has charged Fiorenza for purposefully sending threats to cause injury or death using commercial internet-based emails. The intention of her recent court appearance was to commence her transfer proceedings to Florida for further prosecution. Fiorenza was a social studies teacher with Chicago Public Schools until August 2020.
A security guard at Barron’s private school called cops on March 7 with a complaint that a woman he called “Tracy” was stalking Barron.
Fiorenza also claimed that Donald Trump is a leader of a pedophile ring and that her students in Chicago were harassed by the government by “remote sexual stimulation.”