Real Housewives’ Taylor Armstrong Unlikely to Press Charges Against Teen Who Tweeted Death Threats
We always suspected Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Taylor Armstrong was a forgiving soul, but this proves it: The reality star was recently threatened on Twitter but will likely not press charges against the culprit — a teenage girl with mental health issues — if she seeks treatment.
When Taylor received death threats against her and her 5-year-old daughter via Twitter last week, authorities were easily able to identify the New Jersey teen who sent them. Although “Taylor is extremely grateful to the FBI for identifying the culprit,” a law enforcement source tells Radar Online, she is “willing to drop the charges if the girl gets serious mental health counseling.” Taylor hopes the New Jersey juvenile courts will handle the case and see the young girl is held accountable.
Taylor is in New Jersey today signing copies of her new memoir, Hiding From Reality, which is available in stores now.