Pennsylvania police are investigating another woman in the state who is considered sexually obscene

Officials said they identified the woman in the video, but did not reveal her name.

Following a Pennsylvania State Police investigation, the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office will review its findings.

The Brazilian-born Fitterman of the Year, who fled the violence in Rio de Janeiro in 1990 and grew up in New York City, told CNN that on Sunday a white woman harassed him at the Aldi grocery store and later approached his vehicle, pulling down the mask and before leaving. Delivering an epithelium.

Another woman caught a few seconds of video of the parking lot of the encounter and posted it on Twitter.

Pennsylvania Lieutenant Gov. John Fitterman and wife Gisele Barreto Fitterman were married in 2008.

He told my CNN, “It was a strong reminder to me that no matter what I’ve overcome, no matter what I’ve achieved, some will always consider me secondary because I’m not born in this country.” .

The woman under investigation in Aldi’s stories is no longer welcome, the company said in a statement.

“We do not fully tolerate harassment, discrimination or abuse with our customers or employees, and we condemn it in all its forms,” ​​he says. “We are reaching out to another lady today to reiterate our stance, and ensure she feels safe and welcome in our stores at any time.”

Fitterman met then-Braddock Mayor John Fitterman in 2007, and they married the following year. They have three children.

Since moving to Pennsylvania, Giselle Fitterman has developed a track record of helping people, including the poor, immigrants, LGBT people, minorities, captives and the hungry. She has received numerous awards for philanthropy.

John Fitterman was elected lieutenant governor last year. The family refused to move to a state residence and lives in a rebuilt car dealership in Bradford.