CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. - A woman accused of making online terroristic threats is speaking out openly for the first time.
Videos of Latausha Nedd declaring open season on police and white people went viral. It landed her in legal trouble.
Friday, she spoke out about the video that has landed her in big trouble.
Nedd said the videos are being taken out of context. She said she is a social activist who was in a chat with 8 people and responded to a specific threat from an individual.
Clayton County Police have charged Nedd with making terroristic threats.
Her attorney says she was just practicing Free Speech.