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Transgender arrested for allegedly making terrorist threats at Marine recruiting station

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The transgender “auditor” known as “Furry Potato” was reportedly arrested for making threats at a US Marine Recruiting Station in Valencia, California.

Seen in the video “Marine Recruiting Office”,” Potato is stopped by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (Santa Clarita unit), who asked if she’s okay.

“Oh, I’m fine,” she said. “I’m just really embarrassed by our Armed Forces.”

Potato claimed that she was “doing a story” on the recruiting centers, as she had never seen multiple branches set up right next to one another.

“Turns out, they’re all cowards,” she said.

The LASD, no doubt confused at this point, ask her why she was allegedly shouting racial slurs, part of the reason the law was called on her. Potato denied any such thing, claiming she gets racial slurs hurled at her because she’s “brown.”

When asked for her name, she responded with “All my friends call me ‘Daddy’.”

No longer willing to invest much more into Furry Potato, the deputies avoid getting into a prolonged argument with her and drive away.

Feeling high on the horse, Potato laughs at the LASD as they drive off.

Only a little while later, Potato once again finds herself in the presence of law enforcement, including a LASD deputy she accused of not knowing the law.

“Put your hands behind your back for me,” one Deputy said.

“Am I being illegally detained?” Potato asked.

“You are being detained,” the deputy responded.

Approached by some higher ranking law-enforcement as she taunted the deputy from earlier, she soon found himself turning off her camera.

Furry Potato (who goes by the name Zhoie Perez), reportedly identifies as a Hispanic female on police records. She was charged with a felony at 11:45 AM on Tuesday, with a bail of $75,000. She was released at half-past midnight this morning.

Perez has a court date set for July 3rd in San Fernando.

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