Former Black Student Group Leader Admits To Tweeting Anonymous Threats Against Black Students To Get Attention

ELIZABETH, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A former leader of a black student group has admitted tweeting anonymous threats against fellow black college students in New Jersey last fall.

Kayla McKelvey pleaded guilty Monday to creating a false public alarm. The former Kean University student faces a possible sentence of 90 days in jail plus restitution.

Prosecutors said the 25-year-old McKelvey tweeted threats from a campus library because she wanted more people to attend a November 2015 rally on racial issues. She then returned to the rally to tell people about the threats.

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