According to a report by MSNBC, in the video, Kutti is seen discussing conspiracy theories and making veiled references that some believe point to Ruby Freeman, a former Georgia election worker falsely accused of election fraud by Donald Trump and his allies.
Although Freeman’s name was not explicitly mentioned, legal experts assert that the implications may have violated Kutti’s bond agreement, which prohibits public commentary on the case and threats to witnesses.
“She didn’t threaten anybody. She said that she didn’t do anything wrong, which is a fact.”
Kutti’s Instagram Live discussion didn’t solely focus on her own legal troubles. She delved into conspiracy theories surrounding the alleged assault on Nancy Pelosi’s husband, suggesting that Vice President Kamala Harris possesses incriminating evidence.
Kutti went on to claim that Pelosi might face harm and that Harris could be implicated, with the blame placed on a white supremacist.
Furthermore, Kutti expressed skepticism about California Governor Gavin Newsom’s political strategies, suggesting that he might secure the Democratic nomination and Black voter support by exploiting Harris’s demise, potentially blaming it on a white supremacist.
The controversial remarks made by Kutti raise concerns about their impact on her legal standing and the potential consequences of discussing ongoing legal matters publicly. Legal experts continue to monitor the situation as it unfolds.