How to read Kim Morris Greene nude photo
The nude photo of Kim Morris Greene was shared widely on social media after she was identified as a former member of the Ku Klux Klan, according to her attorney.
Morris Greene, 67, was arrested by police in April 2016 after police received a tip that she had sent a threatening text message to an African American woman, who had posted about Morris Greene on Facebook, according the Washington Post.
Morris Green was charged with a felony count of sending a threatening or abusive communication.
She pleaded not guilty and was released from custody on a $5,000 bond, according.
The FBI has not said what the FBI believes the message was about.
In a Facebook post last week, Morris Greene’s attorney, David Fathi, said he is confident her case will be resolved.
Fathi said the photo was stolen and that he would be pleased if prosecutors and the public learned the identity of the person who posted the photo.
Morris and her attorneys did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.
A judge will hear arguments on whether to sentence Greene in the coming weeks.
Greene, who was born in Ohio and grew up in North Carolina, had previously been involved in several legal disputes, including a civil suit over a dog fight that went on at her family’s home.
Morris was a member of several KKK chapters in Ohio, according, to the Washington Times.
Morris is white and she has been a member in the Ku Klan for decades.
She is not the first white woman to be charged with criminal hate crimes following her arrest.
In 2014, she was convicted of assaulting a black woman after a police chase in which she allegedly used a racial slur and shouted “You white bitch!” in front of her victim.
A jury in 2014 found Morris guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and three counts of aggravated harassment of a police officer, which were later dismissed.
Morris said at the time that she believed her actions were in self-defense.
She was also arrested for criminal trespass in 2004 and again in 2005 after her boyfriend’s girlfriend accused her of breaking into his house.
Morris told the Washington City Paper at the start of her arrest that she was not going to jail for this, but that her “life is in danger.”