Kean University racism protester to face jail time for tweeting fake death threats / This would supplement report 214. Kayla-Simone McKelvey convicted and facing jail time. / 2016-01-16
Woman admits tweeting fake threats to fellow black students / Kayla McKelvey, a former leader of a black student group pleaded guilty to creating a false public alarm by tweeting anonymous threats against fellow black college students at Kean University last fall / 2016-04-19
Student activist gets 90 days in jail for fake racial threats on Twitter / Kayla McKelvey, a black student at Kean University, pleaded guilty to causing a false public alarm by creating a fake Twitter account that she then used to threaten the very protests she was attending, / 2016-06-18
Type of hoax:
convicted - victim or accomplice(s) committed crime
Black woman later convicted of sending hat tweets.