Kanye West’s former publicist Trevian Kutti is among the 19 people to be named in the indictment brought against former President Donald Trump by a grand jury in Georgia on Monday. The indictment is in relation to alleged intimidation of election workers following the 2020 presidential election.

Kutti, 51, allegedly visited the home of Ruby Freeman, an election worker in Fulton County, Georgia, in January 2021 after Trump repeatedly claimed there was election fraud after losing to President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

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According to the charges against her, Kutti attempted to pressurize Freeman into admitting the baseless claims by the 45th POTUS. She also allegedly told her that if the latter failed to to so, people would come to her home within 48 hours, and arrest her.

After being allegedly accosted by Kutti, Freeman became concerned and called up the police. At the time, Kutti identified herself as a “crisis manager”. Freeman and Kutti ended up at a police station where the latter was allegedly seen cornering Freeman and threatening her with jail time. A bodycam footage of the same was captured by a nearby officer.

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Who is Trevian Kutti?

Kutti is reportedly a former publicist for artists like disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly and Ye, formerly known as Kanye West.

In 2021, West denied having any association with Kutti when she allegedly comitted the crimes. “Trevian Kutti was not associated with Kanye West or any of his enterprises at the times of the facts that are reported in these articles or since these facts occurred,” the rapper’s spokesperson said, Independent reported.

She’s indicted on multiple counts, including conspiracy, solicitation of false statements, and influencing.