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Florida Nurse Arrested For Threatening to Kill Harris

A Florida nurse was arrested this week on suspicion of threatening to kill Vice President Harris, according to authorities.

According to NBC 6, Niviane Petit Phelps allegedly made numerous threats against Harris, which were allegedly sent via a computer application to the nurse’s husband, who is currently incarcerated.

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The messages were sent in the form of videos in which Phelps allegedly screamed at Harris and said she was paid to assassinate the vice president.

“You’re going to die, Kamala Harris. Your days are now counting down. Someone paid me $53,000 to f—- you up, and I’m going to take it, and I’m going to finish the job, okay? “According to the complaint, Phelps said.

Phelps allegedly said in another video, “I’m going to the gun range, just for your butt, before you f—-in leave the chair.”

According to CNN, Special Agent David Ballenger was informed of the threats in early March and a Secret Service agent was assigned to the investigation.

Phelps is accused of making threats against Vice President Biden.

Phelps’ mother, Heroeia Petit, told a local news outlet that she hopes the charges against her daughter are dismissed because she is “sick” and “doesn’t even know what she’s doing.”

“Don’t punish her,” Petit said, “because she listened to what people told her.” “She’s in a bind. She hasn’t got a clue what she’s doing. Her husband has been in prison for ten years and has two children.”

Jackson Health, where Phelps has worked since 2001, said she has been placed on paid leave before her termination is finalized.

Phelps’ public defender did not respond to CNN’s request for comment right away.

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Margaret Taylor

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