Florida dancer arrested for threatening social networks with gunfire

 A dancer from an exotic club in Florida was arrested after acknowledging that she threatened on social networks that she would shoot in a bar with a semiautomatic rifle, local media reported today.

Brien Basarich, 31, was arrested and released after paying $ 5,000 bail, after acknowledging that she was the author of the publications she wrote under the alias “taking-lives” on the Tumblr social network, reports the Bay News channel. 9.

The woman, who is a dancer at Showgirls Men’s Club in Plant City, wrote this week that she had “murderous urges” and visions in which she saw herself shooting an assault rifle in a bar or club with only one entrance and one exit
The part of Lakeland Police, in central Florida, says Basarich admitted to being an admirer of serial killers and shooters.

A user of the social network alerted the authorities of the publications of the dancer, whose account has been discharged since Friday. (EFEUSA) .-

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