Supervisory Special Agent Jim Fitzgerald, who works at the Behavioral Sciences Bureau in Quantico, Va., told the Palm Beach County detective investigating Coulter that he had been involved in tracking a stalker going after the right-wing glamour girl, The Palm Beach Post reported.
After moving to Palm Beach, Coulter allegedly gave her real estate agent's address as her home when she registered to vote, which put her in the wrong precinct. Her lawyer, Marcos Jiminez of Miami, said she got erroneous advice from another lawyer.
The case was dropped without interviewing Coulter or her real estate agent.
"This doesn't bode well in terms of the public's impression that celebrities receive preferential treatment," Arthur Anderson, the county supervisor of elections, told the Post. "I'm curious about how anyone can justify the FBI's intrusion."
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