Chicago real estate agent, Libby McCarten Andrews, is filing a lawsuit over a report from the NBC network.
@properties, a Chicago real estate company, fired Andrews back in January due to her association with the Capitol insurrection. Although she claimed that she was not a part of the violence, social media posts show her avid support of the pandemonium that occurred in D.C.
@properties shared a statement via social media saying "@properties does not condone violence, destruction or illegal activities."
According to Crain's Chicago Business, Andrews said that she "never saw anything destructive taking place,” but that the group she was in sang the national anthem and Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It."
Months later, she has submitted a lawsuit in Chicago for an NBC broadcast that told she had been criminally charged. Specifically a segment on “Weekends with Alex Witt” titled, “Charged In Connection With Riot.” Her lawyers claim that “[she] had no notoriety of any kind in the community at large."
The federal authorities are continuing to press criminal charges to those who participated in the riots.