Proud Boy Charged For Harassing, Threatening Woman: Philly DA

PHILADELPHIA — Charges have been filed in opposition to a Philadelphia man who authorities say is a member of a right-wing extremist group for allegedly harassing a girl final year.

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Thursday stated Kyle Boell, 40, of Philadelphia has been arrested for harassment and on-line threats made in opposition to a girl in late 2020.

Boell has been charged with terroristic threats and harassment.

A self-described member of right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys, Boell is accused of utilizing the Twitter account @TATTEDASSHOLE80 to ship harassing messages and threats to the girl from Nov. 8, 2020, by means of Nov. 15, 2020.

Authorities allege Boell despatched dozens of harassing messages concerning the girl’s weight and look, and made express references to sexual exercise and intimate physique components.

Boell despatched the girl threatening messages, saying he urinated on her business, stated he was “a ghost,” and stated he hoped to see her in an obvious menace, the DA’s office stated

Other messages he’s accused of sending embody “Antifa is done in Philly;” “U and [redacted] r done in Philly pack ur bag;” and “was really nice meeting u last night glad u got to meet some of the PHILLY-CHAPTEROF THE PROUD BOYS,” amongst different vulgar language.

Court information present Boell pleaded responsible to aggravated assault, easy assault, and recklessly endangering one other particular person in 1999 stemming from a September 1998 incident. He was sentenced to a most of 23 months in jail.

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