Frisco real estate broker Jenna Ryan facing two more charges, booted from PayPal and more new facts

In two weeks, Jenna Ryan went from a Frisco real estate broker with a robust online following to a household name.

You probably know that Ryan was arrested Jan. 15 and charged in connection with the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. You’ve probably seen some of the social media posts and videos she took to document her trip to Washington.

And you also probably know she says she only did it to answer the president’s call to stand up against election fraud, despite dozens of judges affirming there was none.

But here are some facts you might not have heard about Ryan.

Two more federal charges were added Tuesday.

Ryan, 50, initially faced two charges for entering and engaging in disorderly conduct at the Capitol, according to a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Two more were added Tuesday: violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building and parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building.

Court documents include images of Ryan entering the building, but she told NBC News she was inside for only two minutes before she felt uncomfortable and left, adding that she didn’t regret her visit and was

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How One Real Estate Broker Is Racing To Help Food Bank Of Delaware Provide Lifeline For Thousands In Community

DOVER, Del. (CBS) — Since the start of the pandemic, the Food Bank of Delaware has been a lifeline for tens of thousands of people who lost their jobs, or just can’t make ends meet. Ukee Washington shows us in this week’s story of Brotherly Love, introduces us to a volunteer who helps it all run.

At Dover International Speedway, a different kind of race– a race against hunger.



a man standing in a parking lot: Brotherly Love: How One Real Estate Broker Is Racing To Help Food Bank Of Delaware Provide Lifeline For Thousands In Community


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Brotherly Love: How One Real Estate Broker Is Racing To Help Food Bank Of Delaware Provide Lifeline For Thousands In Community

“This may be the only food they get all month,” Bert Ferguson said.

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Bert Ferguson, a real estate broker in Dover, volunteers here each month, helping the Food Bank of Delaware pack and load nutritious food at the drive-thru pantry.

“It’s pretty jarring because you don’t realize the food shortage until you see it in person,” Ferguson said.

This is the 27th drive-thru pantry the food bank has held since the pandemic began and the demand is not slowing down.

On this day, close to 1,000 cars came. They had to turn some away.

“We had people arrive as early as 6

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