Williams was arrested on Monday, and the Justice Department expanded the charges to include theft of government property and obstruction on Tuesday.

In a Thursday federal court hearing in Pennsylvania, Williams’ attorney Lori Ulrich acknowledged that her client entered the Capitol, but added: “It is regrettable that Ms. Williams took the president’s bait and went inside the Capitol,” NBC Philadelphia reported.

Moments before the mob stormed the Capitol, Trump had told supporters gathered outside the complex to “show strength” and “fight like hell.”