Eileen Hart, the New Jersey mother who was arrested and pressured to turn over her guns over a dispute at a local tax meeting has been ordered to pay a $100 fine for causing a disturbance. She will not be hit with any felony or misdemeanor charges, bringing an end to an ordeal the mother described as “hell on earth.
Further, a court has ordered police to return all of her firearms.
Hart, an orthodox Jew and mother of a 7-year-old daughter, told TheBlaze on Monday that she will be meeting with a defamation lawyer to prepare a lawsuit against the tax company representative that called the cops and accused her of making “terroristic threats.”
“I will be filing a lawsuit against Andrew Colavecchio and Appraisal Systems, Inc. for slander and defamation of character, but I got my guns back,” she said.