Capitol Laptop Theft Suspect Asks For Protection From Man Who Called FBI About Him

Central Pennsylvania woman at the center of an investigation into Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop computer in the U.S. Capitol Riot filed for abuse protection against the ex-boyfriend who had it reported to the FBI.

Riley June Williams, 22, filed a lawsuit against her ex-boyfriend in Dauphin County Court on January 13, the same week federal investigators said the man called them multiple times after recognizing her in footage shot during the siege of the Capitol by UK network ITV. .

She mentioned in her request that he called the FBI on her.

In an affidavit filed against Williams late Sunday night, the man claimed to have seen video of Williams lifting the laptop from Pelosi’s desk and claimed that she was bragging about intending to send it to a friend in Russia who would organize his transfer to the Russian equivalent. of the CIA.

The ex-boyfriend told authorities that “Williams still has the computer device or destroyed it,” a special agent wrote in the affidavit. “This matter remains under investigation.”

Federal prosecutors charged Williams with allegedly participating in the riot inside the Capitol, but did not charge her in connection with the missing laptop. Prosecutors, however, said on Tuesday evening they ask for approval to accuse him of theft and aiding and abetting this offense.

In Williams’ application for protection filed Jan. 13, she said her ex-boyfriend visited her and her mother’s home on Jan. 11 “without invitation” and “without permission” to search for her.

“The police told him not to come to my house and he always does,” she said, saying he “harassed and threatened her”.

Williams’ mother called local police on Jan.11 at her home to report a suspicious person, believed to be the ex-boyfriend, according to the federal affidavit filed against Williams.

Williams alleged her ex repeatedly called her at work, tried to get her fired, harassed her by her friends, shared nude photos of her with relatives and acted violently towards her. No timeline has been provided for these alleged incidents.

She also said: “He contacted the FBI and told them that I had access to Nancy Pelosi’s laptop and sold it to the Russians.”

The laptop’s reference was included in its summary of the “facts of the most recent incident of violence” on the violence protection form. She said she “was only dating this person for about three months.”

PennLive does not name the tipster, who lives in New Jersey, because he was not named by federal authorities in court documents. PennLive contacted him Tuesday night by phone and he denied Williams’ abuse allegations.

“This is all a lie,” he said. “I have evidence and I plan to go to court.” He declined to comment further because he said he plans to make his case in court, not in the media.

A judge granted Williams a request for temporary protection on January 14, ordering the ex-boyfriend to stay away from her, her home, her workplace and her mother’s home in Lower Paxton and the ‘also preventing the posting of remarks or images concerning Williams on any social network. This order remains in effect until it is changed or set aside by the court.

A hearing is scheduled for January 27 for a full protection order.

Williams graduated from Mechanicsburg Area Senior High in 2017, according to published graduate lists and yearbooks. According to court records online, she has no criminal record in Pennsylvania, just six traffic violations from 2017 to 2019 in Cumberland and Dauphin counties.

The federal affidavit states that Williams visited the Capitol in Washington DC with her father, who lives in Camp Hill. They broke up during the protest but returned together later, according to the affidavit.

READ: Mid-Pennsylvania woman at center of investigation into Pelosi’s stolen laptop: who she is, where she came from

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