Former President Donald Trump’s mugshot went viral on social media after he surrendered at Fulton County Jail in Georgia. The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office has made public a mug shot of former President Donald Trump.

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The much-awaited moment for social media users came as Trump’s mugshot went live. Several users reacted to the surfaced picture. However, there were multiple fake mugshots released prior to the real one.

One user tweeted, “The REAL #TrumpMugShot. This is the best he’s ever looked.”

“The orange guy’s mug shot. Compliments of @cnnbrk and the Fulton County Jail. #TrumpMugShot,” another user wrote.

One user tweeted, “TRUMP MUGSHOT JUST DROPPED #TrumpMugshot”

According to jail records, Trump was officially placed under arrest and booked, assigned the inmate number P01135809.

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Booking Details-

  • Inmate number – P01135809
  • Height –  6 foot 3 inches tall
  • Weight- 215 pounds
  • Eyes- Blue eyes
  • Hairs- Blonde or Strawberry Hairs 

This surrender in Georgia indeed signifies the fourth instance this year in which the former president has willingly turned himself into local or federal authorities following the filing of criminal charges against him, a series of events that had not been witnessed in the United States before 2023.

Prior to turning himself in, Trump consented to other release terms, including not using social media to threaten co-defendants or witnesses in the case, and he also agreed to pay a $200,000 bond.

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Trump is one of a total of 12 defendants who have turned themselves in as of right now. Trump and his 10 co-accused have been freed on bail. Harrison Floyd is the only defendant who is still being held in detention.

Earlier in April, Trump was booked in New York on state charges linked to a hush-money scheme. Subsequently, in June, he surrendered at a federal courthouse in Miami to address charges in the investigation led by special counsel Jack Smith, focusing on the mishandling of classified documents.