'Hot' Blonde Officer Guarding Door Outside Donald Trump's NYC Arraignment Sends Social Media Users Swooning Over Her Looks

Many lusty viewers declared the officer to be "hot" and took to Twitter to look for more information about her identity, including her name.

As former President Donald Trump sat inside the Manhattan Criminal Courts on Tuesday to face 34 felony charges, a female cop stole the show with her stunning looks. Social media users found themselves distracted by the blonde female officer keeping guard inside the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse.

The unnamed blond police officer was featured on all major American networks airing live coverage of Trump's arraignment on Tuesday, prompting some viewers to call her "hot" and inquire about her identity. One Twitter user even went as far as to say that she "can handcuff me anytime she wants." The blonde bombshell has since broken the internet.

Stealing the Show

The female cop on duty inside the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse caught the attention of several people watching the historic hearings on television. The unidentified blond officer's face was broadcast live on all major networks covering the historic legal event.

Many lusty viewers declared the officer to be "hot" and took to Twitter to look for more information about her identity, including her name.

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The unnamed blonde officer at Trump's arraignment broke the internet Twitter

"I'm guessing a lot of people will be asking who the hot blond cop is," one user wrote.

Another man asked, "Who is the blonde?" eliciting a flurry of answers from other randy spectators.

Another man responded, "I'm pleased someone else was wondering," which prompted another Twitter user to post a GIF telling the man, "Go to horny jail."

The discussion and curiosity didn't stop there as another simply said he was "just looking at the hot cop in front" as Trump emerged from the courthouse Tuesday afternoon.

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The blonde officer seen at Donald Trump's NYC arraignment Twitter

"The female officer on the left at Trump's court appearance can handcuff me anytime she wants," one brazen crassly declared.

More Popular than Trump

Another social media user speculated that Trump may have his eye on the cop given the former president's preference for blondes, including his ex-wife Marla Maples.

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Donald Trump arrives at Manhattan Criminals Court for his NYC arraignment on Tuesday Twitter

"Blond cop better watch out for Donald Trump. She looks enough like his daughter that he may grab her by the p – – y. If he's handcuffed he may even use both hands!" they wrote while the ex-president sat inside the courtroom pleading not guilty to the 34 counts of falsifying business records tied to the Stormy Daniels' hush-money payment.

Another user echoed the sentiments and wrote: "Hopefully [Trump] doesn't move in on this hot officer."

The unnamed blonde, however, was simply one of many officers manning the entrance to the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse as Trump appeared before Judge Juan M. Merchan inside for allegedly paying off individuals in 2016 when he was first running for president.

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Stormy Daniels Twitter

The allegations center on three payments: $150,000 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal; $30,000 to a doorman who was attempting to sell information about a kid that Trump reportedly fathered out of wedlock; and $130,000 to porn star Stormy Daniels.

According to New York law, the accusations of first-degree business record falsification have a combined maximum punishment of more than 100 years in prison. However, even if found guilty of all charges, it is doubtful that Trump would receive a term that long. The maximum sentence for each count of the low-level felony charges is four years in jail.

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Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he would be running for the office of the President for a third time in 2024. Twitter

However, according to the state of the facts provided by the prosecution, Trump "orchestrated a scheme" with others "to influence the 2016 presidential election by identifying and purchasing negative information about him to suppress its publication and benefit the Defendant's electoral prospects." There was no formal conspiracy charge.

The Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's grand jury decided last Thursday to arrest Trump in connection with six-figure hush money payments made in the run-up to the 2016 election, making him the first president to face criminal charges.