With a white coat, black gloves, Dolce & Gabbana liquid on her shoulders and a pink hat on her head, she stands out aggressively from those most wanted after storming the United States Congress on January 6, 2021.
But as No. 537 on the FBI’s most wanted list after the riot, her identity has remained a mystery. She has long been known as the woman in the pink hats because of her sexy headdress.
Then the FBI’s Most Wanted List went viral less than two weeks ago. The agency posted two photos of the woman on Twitter, stated that she was suspected of participating in the storming of the conference and requested information from the audience.
– It’s Jenny
At the time of writing, the tweet has been viewed more than 7.6 million times and one of them was a man in a clothing store, writing NBC.
And he had no doubts:
– I stopped abruptly. I thought, “It’s Jenny,” the fashion designer, who asked not to be identified, told the US channel.
He was absolutely sure that this was his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Enzunza Vargas. The woman he was with about four years ago. The man informs the FBI, who confirms to NBC that they have now identified Vargas by following the ex’s advice.
Vargas did not respond to NBC nor New York Post Comment requests Monday.
For months, Vargas was anonymous, and that led to a number of conspiracy theories, NBC writes. One is that she was said to have been an agitator working with authorities to deceive or frame Trump supporters in Congress that day.
This does not appear to be the case now.
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– Read mein Kampf
Vargas and the clothing designer met in late 2018 when they were both in their early 20s. The relationship between the two reportedly ended when Vargas was supposed to post on social media in which she wrote that she had read Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” manifesto. It is said that it started a discussion about Vargas’ political views between the two.
“I don’t think this will work. You read Mein Kampf and you think immigrants don’t deserve such-and-such.”
The romantic relationship stalled, but they reportedly kept in touch occasionally, and the designer claims he asked Vargas if she was on or above the US government’s list of people not allowed to travel to the US because she was in Congress Jan. 6.
– No, because I did not join (Congress). I was there to support the president. Not to participate in that rebellion. I support the police,” Vargas reportedly wrote in letters seen by NBC.
However, the channel writes that they saw a number of photos showing her inside the Congress building that day.
Since the storming of 2021, a number of people have been identified and convicted for their actions that day. Among others, Logan Barnhart:
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– They are expelling me from Parliament