ASHBURN, Va. - A Loudoun County School Board member was arrested Tuesday outside a Donald Trump campaign rally in Ashburn, Va. after deputies say she cut in front of other people in line, and then refused to leave the property.
Around 8:45 a.m., deputies at Briar Woods High School, where Trump was holding his rally, were made aware that a woman had stepped in front of others waiting in line to go inside for the rally. After being asked to go to the back of the line, 45-year-old Joy Maloney refused to move, and sat down on the ground.
Organizers revoked Maloney's ticket to the private event, but deputies say she still refused to leave. That's when they intervened.
Maloney, who is a member of the Loudoun County School Board, was taken into custody and charged with tresspassing. She later appeared before a Loudoun magistrate judge and was released on $1,000 unsecured bond.