Wednesday got a bit crazy for Donald Trump during his fraud case in New York.
As the trial was taking place, there was a bit of a ruckus in the courtroom, unbeknownst to Trump.
A court employee stood up and started yelling at Trump, so court officers had to step in to take the woman into custody.
What spurned the outburst by the court employee, who has since been identified as Jenny Hannigan, is still unknown, as the court officers did not offer up much information on that matter.
Office of Court Administration spokesman Lucian Chalfen said the woman disrupted the proceedings “by standing up and walking towards the front of the courtroom yelling out to Mr. Trump.”
Trump was completely unaware of the situation until after he came out of the courtroom. When asked for a comment on the arrest, he stated, “Who got arrested? We didn’t know anything about it.”
Chalfen stressed that at no time was anyone in danger.
The woman was removed from the court and escorted to a different area, where she was taken into custody, at which point she became quite stressed. Police stated that she started to yell, “Help me! Save me!”
As far as what happened inside the courtroom, Trump managed to get himself in trouble again.
He was chided by prosecutors for making loud comments during the testimony of a witness regarding the appraisals of his properties.
Trump’s attorneys were also slapped on the wrist and accused of witness intimidation for challenging the testimony of the witness.
Judge Engoron called the witness back to the stand and ruled there were no discrepancies in the testimony, dealing Trump with yet another lost ruling in the case.