Porsha Williams Reveals Her Arrest Is Now Coming With A Felony Charge -- Faces Possible Prison Time
Porsha Williams has activism in her bloodline. Unfortunately, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star and 86 others are now facing felony charges for demonstrating in order for the police who killed Breonna Taylor to be arrested and charged.
Porsha , Trae tha Truth, Tamika Mallory, Yandy Smith, YBN Cordae, and Kenny Stills were just some of the people arrested for a demonstration outside of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's East End Louisville home yesterday organized by Until Freedom.
Many of the protesters have been freed but word is -- some are still sitting in jail. The peaceful protest was shut down by police for trespassing.
However, Porsha has revealed that one of the three charges she is facing has been upgraded to a felony. Intimidating a participant in the legal process is a felony that carries one to five years in prison, a fine, or even both.
She took to Instagram to explain: 'Wow @danieljaycameron you really took the time to upgrade 1 out of 3 of our charges to FELONY?? This is disgusting .... meanwhile not one peep about this botched investigation of Breonna Taylors MURDER!!! Plus not one arrest of the cops .... instead you celebrate with your bride and give them Active desk duty to keep these killers protected. You can’t possibly think this is ok! Sure create the possibility for peaceful protesters to get locked up for 1-5 year but absolutely no accountability for your officers?!! 😡🥺 This is sad that this is the world we live in!! It’s simple don’t kill us as we sleep in our homes , don’t kill us for sleeping in our car, don’t kill us from walking to a store and don’t Kill our spirits and further oppress us when we stand up to say you are Wrong!!! #JusticeForall #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor.'
Many people in the comment section were shocked that the Attorney General is using more power against protesters than he is with the investigation of the murder of Breonna Taylor.
Regardless of the implications, the granddaughter of civil rights activist Hosea Williams will keep up the good fight.