A former FBI agent accused of driving to the gate of the CIA in Langley, Virginia, and issuing a number of violent threats, has been ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation.
Tunisia Davis — an Alexandria woman who was a FBI agent from 2004 to 2010, according to court records and friends — is accused of traveling from the National Security Agency to the Central Intelligence Agency last week and threatening to kill federal police.
Davis was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon, but did not attend her hearing, reports NBC Washington.
The judge says Davis was acting inappropriately and was uncooperative. The judge added that force would have been needed to get her from U.S. Marshall’s custody in Alexandria into the court room.
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