Ruby Freeman’s GoFundMe campaign has managed to raise nearly $300,000 after Trump’s indictment in Georgia.

The racketeering allegations against former President Donald Trump and his alleged accomplices were made by Fulton County grand jurors, and they included the harassment of Georgia election worker Ruby Freeman.

One of the 19 alleged “criminal enterprise” members allegedly falsely accused Freeman of committing election crimes, which they allegedly repeated to Georgia officials in an effort to persuade them that the election results were tainted and should be annulled. This is the first of the 41 charges listed in the indictment, which falls under the state’s RICO law.

According to the indictment, “in furtherance of the scheme, members of the enterprise travelled from out of state to harass Freeman, intimidate her, and solicit her to falsely confess to election crimes that she did not commit.” Additional information includes visits to Freeman’s home, conversations with her neighbours, and phone calls from some of Trump’s allies.

Trevian Kutti, a former publicist for Kanye West, was one of people accused in the most recent case against former US President Donald Trump.

The accusations state that in January 2021, Kutti, 51, travelled to Ruby Freeman’s residence in Fulton County, Georgia, where she worked as an election official.

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Her visit occurred after Trump, who lost to Democrat Joe Biden, made many false charges of electoral fraud.

Kutti allegedly tried to intimidate Freeman into acknowledging the unfounded fraud allegations by threatening to have law enforcement show up at her house and have her arrested if she didn’t.

The indictment also mentions fabricated evidence from former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, who claimed Freeman and others distributed USB devices at the Atlanta State Farm Arena, which served as a voting location. The allegations are related to a video of Freeman and his daughter Wandrea “Shaye” Moss, who worked as a poll worker, that went viral on conservative social media after the 2020 election.

On January 2, 2021, during a phone discussion with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Trump made reference to the couple. During the call, Trump asked the Republican official to “find” enough votes to turn the state from a Joe Biden triumph to Trump’s favour.

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Freeman was described by the then-president as a “professional vote scammer and hustler.” This time around, he wrote on his Truth Social platform, “What will the Great State of Georgia do with the Ruby Freeman MESS?” as his main objective.

Freeman and Moss testified last year to the House committee investigating the events of Jan. 6, 2021, and the efforts to overturn the election. Freeman said the FBI had advised her to stay away from her home.