Woman Pelted With Eggs by Anti-Trump Mob at San Jose Rally Identified as Bodybuilder
Rachel Casey was egged in the face after she taunted protesters with her shirt supporting Donald Trump.
The identity of the Trump supporter who was egged by protestors outside a California rally last week has been identified as a fitness buff who doesn't scare easily.
Rachel Casey is a 29-year-old bodybuilder, a physical therapist and personal trainer.
Originally from Florida, Casey only recently moved to San Jose, where the violence took place.
She was set upon by protesters and trapped in front of the Marriott hotel as she left the rally last week.
Somehow, she even managed to smile as she was pelted with raw eggs and a chunk of watermelon. Finally, a hotel security guard took pity on her and opened the door, allowing her to seek sanctuary in the lobby.
For days, her name had remained a mystery but she was finally identified by a Facebook post asking for signatures on an online petition calling on San Jose's Mayor to resign after he accused Trump of inciting the violence.
In a statement, police told Inside Edition: "Ms. Casey has not returned investigators calls and has yet to file a police report. Please have Ms.Casey contact [San Jose police] investigators immediately."
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