Woman Proudly Displays 'F**k Trump' On Her Truck, Pays The Price

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"A distinction in political perspectives does not give Sheriff Nehls the privilege to target nationals". According to KHOU, the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office got a tip about a 2014 warrant for Fonseca.

Karen Fonseca, 46, chose to add another sticker to her truck, insulting the sheriff who spoke out against her original Trump sticker, KHOU reports.

The sheriff published a post about the "F-Trump" sticker on Facebook. That owner happened to be Karen Fonseca, who, a day later, was arrested on an outstanding warrant on fraud charges from 2015.

Throughout the end of the week, Fonseca added another decal to the pickup's window that peruses, "F*** Troy Nehls, and f*** you for voting in favor of him".

Fonseca's trouble with Nehls all started last week when a picture of the vehicle - which technically belongs to her husband, but which she clearly sometimes drives - went viral after the Sheriff posted it to his Facebook page.

In his Facebook post, Nehls said he wanted to speak with the owner of the truck after he received several complaints about the sticker. "I'm nearly certain it does have to do with [the decal]", Fonseca said to KHOU.

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After her release, she added a sticker to her truck which read: "F**k Troy Nehls and F**k You for Voting for Him". Despite it all, the Fonsecas have maintained that their truck's message, though insulting to the president and his supporters, is an exercise of their right to freedom of speech.

"No matter what race, religion, or belief you may have, we are all equal. Our Prosecutor has informed us she would accept Disorderly Conduct charges regarding it, but I feel we could come to an agreement regarding a modification to it", he captioned the photo.

The Fort Bend County district attorney says his office has no plans to file charges over the sticker.

Fonseca said the message has been on the rear window of her pickup for almost a year and it would remain there for the time-being. Fonseca also spoke with her children behind her.

Nehls asked for the owner of the truck to meet with him, saying that charges may be pressed. For just $9.99 anyone wishing to test how easily their message can slip under the radar and even for those who aren't fans of bright red, the "F**k Trump" Baseball Cap comes in many different colors.

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