Big news from the legal world – Jenna Ellis, remember her from Trump’s 2020 campaign? Well, she’s making headlines again, and not in a good way. She’s set to plead guilty in Georgia. Can you believe it? This makes her the third attorney connected to Trump to take a plea deal in a pretty serious criminal racketeering case. The plot thickens!
Ellis had been facing some hefty charges, including violating Georgia’s anti-racketeering act. But word is, she’s planning to plead guilty to a lesser charge when she heads to court on Tuesday. This comes after other Trump associates, including bail bondsman Scott Hall and attorneys Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro, also took plea deals and spilled the beans on their roles in the alleged election interference conspiracy.
Here’s the kicker: Ellis isn’t just facing trouble in Georgia. Back in March, she got publicly censured by the Colorado Supreme Court for spreading misinformation about the 2020 election. Ten counts of misleading the public – that’s what she owned up to.
And wait, there’s more. Ellis is in hot water in another case related to the 2020 election. Her name came up in an indictment by a Fulton County, Georgia grand jury. They’re accusing her and 18 others of being part of a criminal enterprise linked to Trump’s efforts to flip the election results. Yikes!
It’s not just the legal drama making waves. Ellis, who used to be a strong Trump supporter, seems to be singing a different tune now. She’s openly saying she can’t support Trump for office again. Her reason? She’s concerned about his behavior and how some of his fans practically idolize him.
So, buckle up – Ellis is at the center of some serious legal storms, and her decisions might just send ripples through the political scene. We’ll be keeping a close eye on this one!
Stay tuned for more twists and turns,