Opera singer who rammed through Mar-a-Lago security blockade and narrowly escaped Secret Service bullets will get treatment for her ‘long history’ of mental illness as it’s revealed she had failed to take meds

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Hannah Roemhild, 30, appeared in court at Palm Beach County Jail on Monday

Attorney David Roth described her ‘long history’ of mental illness and said she had failed to take her meds prior to leading a trooper on a wild chase Friday

The judge agreed to have Roemhild evaluated by a psychologist before her next hearing, which is scheduled for February 7

She is expected to be moved from the jail to a local mental-health center

Authorities have said that there is no indication Roemhild knew she was speeding toward Mar-a-Lago during Friday’s police chase

She is currently facing two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer

The Connecticut opera singer who rammed an SUV through security checkpoints at Mar-a-Lago and narrowly escaped Secret Service gunfire will receive mental health treatment. Hannah Roemhild, 30, appeared in court on Monday, where her attorney David Roth described her ‘long history’ of mental illness and said she had failed to take her medications prior to leading a state trooper on a wild chase through Palm Beach, Florida, on Friday.

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