A woman stood up naked in a Georgia courtroom and pleaded not guilty – even though she wasn’t facing any charges.
The unidentified Jesup woman was immediately arrested for indecent exposure and was to receive a psychological evaluation.
Magistrate Court clerk Luetrice Lott said the woman “wasn’t wearing so much as shoes” when she stood up Friday in Chief Magistrate Timothy Barton’s Brunswick courtroom and pleaded not guilty.
“Please enter a plea of not guilty for that lady,” Barton said.
However, Lott said she could not enter the plea because there were no charges filed against the woman, who apparently had entered the courtroom fully clothed and disrobed while seated in the second row.
She said the woman was scheduled to appear before the court the following week with her family to seek battery and aggravated assault charges against her son-in-law.