Melania Trump reportedly so grossed out by FBI agents violating her bedroom, she tossed undies, lingerie

Former first lady Melania Trump felt so grossed out and violated over FBI agents rummaging through her wardrobe during their raid last month of Mar-a-Lago that she wound up buying new underwear, according to a tabloid website.

“Melania doesn’t like the idea of strangers going rifling through her things. Who knows who touched her underwear during the raid? She’s never going to feel comfortable wearing those ever again,” an alleged personal friend of hers told Radar Online.

“Most people don’t know that Melania is a bigger germaphobe than her husband. She hates people touching her and certainly doesn’t want to put on lingerie that FBI agents have had their hands all over.”

Another unnamed source said the former first lady was left feeling “annoyed” and violated by the search.

“This is her home. It’s her bedroom. Even her husband isn’t allowed in her bedroom. Even if they wore gloves, it is still strangers going through your underwear draws. She has already bought new underwear and thrown everything that has been contaminated away,” the source said.

Her husband, former President Donald Trump, was reportedly also livid over the FBI rummaging through her closet, though according to Radar’s sources, he was more upset about what they found in his part of the home.

As previously reported, the raid turned up a treasure trove of allegedly classified documents.

However, none of the documents were found in the former first lady’s closet, which raises the question of why the agents had targeted it in the first place.

Indeed, when reports first emerged that the FBI had gone through her closet, a debate emerged on social media over whether it was appropriate and relevant for the federal authorities to rummage through her clothes.


Note that Radar’s reporting contrasts somewhat with what CNN has reported. In a piece published earlier this week, the left-wing network claimed that Trump was left far angrier over agents rummaging through his wife’s wardrobe than she was.

“He was much angrier — exclamation-point angry — than Melania Trump, according to five people who spoke to CNN about Melania Trump’s recent activities under the condition of anonymity to protect personal and professional relationships,” the outlet claimed.

“She cared, but not like he cared,” one of the sources said.

“It annoyed her,” her source added, stressing that the annoyance came more so from the invasion of her privacy than concern about her husband’s well-being.

“She has always considered what Donald does to be separate from her. Decisions he makes about his business are his decisions, not hers,” another source said.

Also notable is the fact that she’s been dead quiet about the raid, unlike her husband.

“Just learned that agents went through the First Lady’s closets and rummaged through her clothing and personal items. Surprisingly, left area in a relative mess. Wow!” the former president wrote on Truth Social about the FBI going through his wife’s stuff.

Melania, meanwhile, said nothing.

“The feds being in her bedroom, her closets and her bathroom skirted a bit too close to her independent orbit. But the former first lady has not been provoked enough to make a public statement about the search, or what it turned up,” CNN noted.

Indeed, she’s barely tweeted anything since the raid, save for a few tweets about the late Rep. Jackie Walorski and several more about NFTS. NFTs are digital tokens, and Melania appears to be deeply into them:

(Source: Twitter)

“‘Why would she say anything? Her thinking is, if she’s quiet, it will just go away,’ says this person,” one of CNN’s sources said about the first lady’s reticence.

Yet a month later, she still remains a topic of discussion …


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