A Texas lifestyle coach and essential oil guru has been charged after storming the US Capitol on Jan.6 with her obsessed boyfriend QAnon who documented “Patriots.” [going] make war ”on his social networks.
Elizabeth Rose Williams, a resident of Kerrville, Texas, and her boyfriend, Bradley Stuart Bennett, were arrested last week for violent entry, disorderly conduct and knowingly entering a restricted building. In a newly unsealed criminal complaint, prosecutors allege the pair were seen on video wandering the crypt and gallery of the Senate chamber as thousands of MAGA rioters stormed the Capitol.
“The assault on the Capitol. Pray for all of us, ”Bennett wrote in a Facebook post provided to federal authorities by a tipster.
According to social media posts and her personal website, Williams is a lifestyle coach, natural health enthusiast, “all American” and a musician passionate about “living every day with purpose.” Her site says she started a “home business” at age 18 and received “the equivalent of a School of Hard Knocks degree – if there is even such accreditation.”
“From a young age, Elizabeth has known that her existence on earth has a great purpose and that she is destined to do great things and influence leaders,” says her website “Life with Rose”, adding that she released their debut album in 2018.
His website says that, as of 2008, Williams has built a “network of health-conscious families” and is a “seasoned educator in essential oils, natural supplements, exercise and supply. Food Conscious “and an advocate of” 5 Key Elements of a Balanced Life. “
In his latest blog post, dated the day before his arrest, Williams provided clients with several “spring cleaning tips” without being “too hard on yourself.” She also posted essential oil and lifestyle tips on her Instagram.
But while Williams seemed focused on internal healing, her boyfriend seemed focused on posting QAnon. The complaint says at least four informants who helped identify Bennett said he has frequently published articles on conspiracy theory, which postulates that Trump is working to bring down a cabal of violent, baby-eating Democrats .
One tipster, who did not know Bennett personally but had “regularly” checked his social media posts in the months leading up to January 6, described the posts as “more combative” than others.
Prior to the riot, the complaint says, the informant said he saw “Bennett post many messages encouraging people to gather and attend events in Washington, DC” and “indicated that he would be present.” Two other people told authorities they saw Bennett post a video and message as he entered Capitol Hill, including one that read “Patriots [going] at war.
“CAPITOL HAS BEEN TEMPERED. I BELIEVE A PATRIOT HAS BEEN DRAWN. WE LOST A WOMAN, ”Bennett wrote in a Facebook post, alongside a video where Williams is clearly visible. “There were Ant-ifa instigators. But I did not see any serious violence. And certainly not from the right.
“WE are safe and are treating with us a wounded warrior who took not one but two flashbangs in the leg and then in the face,” he added. “TODAY WAS A REVOLUTIONARY MESSAGE. WE WILL NOT GO. WE WILL FIND VICTORY. “
Another video provided to the FBI “appears to have been copied from Bennett’s Facebook page and [showed] Bennett and Williams enter the United States Capitol, the Capitol Crypt and the Senate Chamber Gallery, ”the complaint states.
“Bennett appears to have deleted most or all of the posts he posted on the [riot] within 24 hours of the event, ”prosecutors added.
Williams and Bennett were released on bail.
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