Wannabe Member’s Behavior Is So Cha-Bad, She Should Be Banned, Says Filing…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Chabad of East Boca Raton is asking a Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge to issue a temporary injunction against a woman who is disrupting — and potentially threatening — to the organization’s Rabbi and Congregants.
Wadalene Nicola, according to the filing, is prone to outbursts during services and events, and has made threats against the congregation’s Rabbi, Rueben New.
In a request for for a temporary injunction, attorneys for the Chabad included this message allegedly emailed by Nicola to the Chabad’s office manager:
“Well, I was at service. I enjoyed the two days of Rosh Hashanah very much. Please don’t send me
this type of message anymore. I will never see a professional for help because I am not sick. I am better than ever. I have so much power it’s unreal. I no longer need to go to sleep to find out things. I am seeing thing as they happened. If that power made me crazy, I want to be crazier because I want more power. You have no idea what I am capable of. You should be very careful on what you wrote to me. I don’t go inside Chabad of East Boca because I don’t want to. You think it I want to come inside they can stop me. I can open all the doors and bring waters and wind inside anytime they said I can’t come in. I won’t do that because there is a Torah Scroll inside. Next time. Please be very careful what you wrote to me.”
Wadalene has not been arrested, sued, or cited for trespass in Palm Beach County, according to the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts. It was not immediately clear if Chabad officials requested assistance over the High Holidays from the Boca Raton Police Department.
The Chabad conducts High Holiday services at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center — a facility available for private rental.
Read the complete filing, below.
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