Tabitha Gentry, accused of squatting in a $3 million foreclosed home, had her bond reduced from $2 million to $50,000 after an appearance in General Sessions Court on Wednesday.
Gentry, a proclaimed Moorish American who also goes by the name Abka Re Bey, also had her case bound over to a grand jury. It is unclear if a grand jury will indict her.
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Gentry says she is a member of the Moorish American National Republic, a sovereign group that does not recognize federal or state laws.
In her last General Sessions Court appearance March 26, she told Judge Louis J. Montesi that she wants to represent herself.
She's charged with aggravated burglary, criminal trespassing and theft over $60,000.