Two pranksters who allegedly egged Pelosi’s home in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood on Feb. 16 are now banned from carrying eggs, according to Mission Local.
The 20somethings, identified as Francisco and Alyssa Gaskin according to reports, were arraigned in San Francisco’s Superior Court on Monday. However, a search of the court records’ database could not confirm the case.
Although their act of insurrection did not appear to be overtly political, “as a condition of their release, the judge barred the duo from carrying eggs anywhere except out of the grocery store,” said Mission Local.
The nearest grocery store to Pelosi’s home appears to be Mayflower Market and Deli, five blocks away on Fillmore Street, making it unlikely that the duo could evade detection. The home’s exterior is reportedly armed with security cameras.
According to Mission Local, the maximum penalty for a misdemeanor charge of defacement could be up to a year in jail, although the Gaskins may be eligible for diversion to avoid jail time in return for a guilty plea.
The incident marked the second reported time this year that the Pelosi abode has been vandalized.
Early on New Year’s Day, assailants who were believed to be left-wing activists associated with Antifa spray-painted her garage door and left a pig’s head, along with what was believed to be fake blood or red paint.
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: @SpeakerPelosi’s house VANDALIZED with red paint, PIGS HEAD & spray-painted message “$2K (crossed out)… CANCEL RENT… WE WANT EVERYTHING”. City called to clean up at 3am & police attempting to stop photos of scene. Media SILENT. pic.twitter.com/LD1jfZIvco
— 🇺🇸Maggie VandenBerghe🇺🇸 (@FogCityMidge) January 1, 2021
While the residential property overlooking the San Francisco Bay is not listed on Pelosi’s most recent financial disclosure form, she does list several other property assets including commercial rentals in the city and a vineyard in nearby Napa Valley.