Jennifer Inzuza Vargas, a suspect in the Capitol riots who gained fame for donning a stylish pink beret, was supposedly identified by her ex-boyfriend who claimed he left her because she read Adolf Hitler’s manifesto “Mein Kampf.”

Who is Jennifer Inzuza Vargas?

Jennifer Inzuza Vargas is a Capitol Riots suspect. She went viral for wearing a pink beret.

Vargas is presently being probed as the distinctive-looking woman pictured in FBI appeals that have been watched more than 7.5 times on Twitter, according to law enforcement sources.

An ex-boyfriend identified the fashionable California suspect, telling the newspaper that he was shown the now-viral appeal by a friend who found her attractive photographs humorous.

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“I stopped dead in my tracks,” the ex, a garment designer who preferred not to be identified, said.

“I’m like, ‘That’s Jenny,'” he said.

The appeal photos, which show her staring directly into the camera and another posing dramatically with a stick, quickly inspired conspiracy theories and jokes about the woman, who is No. 537 on the FBI’s wanted list as of Jan. 6, 2021.

She was observed in a number of places that day, including taking a large black bag away from rioters who were destroying media equipment.

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Some speculated that she was a mole, while others compared her to a figure from a Wes Anderson film or “Emily in Paris,” even calling her “Emily in-carceration.”

Others dubbed her “fascist Matilda” and “Insurrection Eva Braun,” after Hitler’s wife.

Vargas’ ex also tweeted about his connection to her after putting in a tip to the FBI.

“I used to date this girl in 2019 LOL,” he wrote under an old photo of Vargas, before deleting it because things had gone “crazy” and he was afraid of threats.

He told NBC that he met Vargas “really well” in late 2018, with her flying in from Sacramento to visit him in Los Angeles a year later, when they were both in their early 20s.

“We weren’t, like, trying to get married or anything,” he explained. “We were hooking up for a few months.”

He dumped her when she posted about reading Hitler’s 1925 manifesto, he claimed.

“I was just instantly turned off, like, ‘Yo, I don’t think this is going to work out,'” he explained.

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“‘You’re reading ‘Mein Kampf,’ you think immigrants don’t deserve X, Y, Z,” he remembered thinking of Vargas. Vargas also made specific references to Hitler on social media, according to NBC.

“She’s really into politics, and I didn’t know anything other than Trump lost,” the designer explained.

They kept in touch, and the designer claims he even asked Vargas whether she was on a “no fly” list because she was at the Capitol on January 6.

“Nope, because I didn’t go into the [Capitol],” she wrote in communications obtained by NBC News, which cited abundant video footage showing her inside the structure.

“I was there to show my support for the president.” Not to take part in that riot. “I support the police,” Vargas is said to have said.