Opera singer accepts insanity plea in Mar-a-Lago breach
The Connecticut opera singer who drew law enforcement fire when she sped through a checkpoint outside then-President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Florida prosecutors accepted Hannah Roemhild's plea during a brief hearing Tuesday with the 32-year-old singer appearing by Zoom from her home state.
Federal prosecutors accepted a similar plea deal in August.
Her attorneys have said she has a history of mental illness.
Roemhild only spoke to acknowledge her presence during the three-minute hearing in West Palm Beach.
Under terms of the agreement, she must undergo psychiatric treatment and counseling and take medications, with monthly blood tests to confirm compliance.
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