A panicking Illinois stripper has driven herself to New York City looking for the USNS Comfort but ended up being arrested for online threats towards Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton. She was livestreaming the whole ordeal.
The 37-year-old dancer Jessica Prim, who goes by the stage moniker “Nikita Steele” was taken into custody on April 29th, around 1:30 p.m. Her breakdown, however, started hours before that, when she used her Facebook account to post the following:
“Hillary Clinton and her assistant, Joe Biden and Tony Podesta need to be taken out in the name of Babylon! I can’t be set free without them gone. Wake me up!!!!!” (sic)
This particular post came to the attention of the Secret Service officials who began to search for Prim.
Later that day Prim put on a livestream from Manhattan. In the video, she is seen hyperventilating in her Toyota Tundra on a service road on Pier 86 near the USS Intrepid.
A masked guard approaches her, and Prim pleads: “I need help! I think I’m the Coronavirus.”
The NYPD officers who were called at the scene discovered that the Secret Service was looking for Prim and arrested her. The livestream was on the whole time.
At one point Prim is filmed telling the police: “I was watching the press conferences with Donald Trump on TV. I felt like he was talking to me.”
“I felt like I was supposed to come to Comfort and get some help because I felt like I was the coronavirus.”
It was obvious that she mistook the USS Intrepid for the USNS Comfort hospital ship.
Jessica Prim was taken to Mount Sinai West for treatment. She was also charged with marijuana possession and 18 counts of criminal possession of a weapon, for the number of knives discovered in her vehicle, The Daily News reports.