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As a fitness expert for ‘ s evil plan to destroy its competitors, it is actually not at all, the way in which they are scheduled.
Tammy Steffen, a 37-year-old aspiring fitness guru in Florida, and was sentenced to five years in prison for the use of hundreds of fake Instagram accounts to send threatening messages to an old business associate, and online fitness experts to be between Aug. 2016 and July 2018.
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“The hell it is going to rain fire on the world has never seen before,” Steffen has allegedly “split” into a message to the victim, while threatening to “cut [the other victim] was in small pieces,” according to a press release from the Ministry of Justice.
“The hell it is going to rain fire on the world has never seen before,” Steffen has allegedly told the victim, while threatening to “cut [the other victim] in a little bit.”
(Pasco County Sheriff’s Office)
“With your blood I will taste it,” she added, in a threatening message, according to The Washington Post.
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Steffen had been an attempt to frame an ex-business partner, with whom she has been accused of destroying her chances of winning in an online fitness competition to an attempted abduction of a fee, the Post reported.
In July 2018, Steffen, reportedly told authorities she thought a doll was delivered to her home by a creepy note to be filled in — “New toys for the children, and led police to a wooded area near her home where she claimed that her daughter had almost been caught. The authorities have a laptop and a suitcase filled with comments about it, Steffen’s home (said to be planted by Steffen), allowing Steffen to speculate that it was up to her old business partner, who is the mastermind behind the kidnapping.
Steffen’s daughter, however, asked the delegates to question the story, after they have made a suspicious comment about her mother is not telling the truth.
The aspiring fitness guru is reportedly trying to frame an ex-business partner, with whom she has been working with a daytona beach gym, to the office.
The authorities have also found that, in addition to the 18 in a fake e-mail accounts, to Steffen, was sending her threats, they can also be used by more than 360 is a dummy Instagram accounts to send you messages, and even using “voice change software, to make threatening phone calls.
“The extent of her crime, is quite amazing,” said FBI Special Agent Kristin Rehler, according to WFLA.
In this case, the accused traumatized the victims and the devastation caused to their lives.”
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Last Friday, a federal judge in Florida sentenced Steffen to 57 months-four years, nine months in the case of cyberstalking and sending threatening communications.