A woman who is suspected of participating in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol was ordered to remain in jail on Monday after a judge complained about her history of disrupting the courtroom.

NBC 4 correspondent Scott MacFarlane reported on Pauline Bauer as she appeared in court to ask for pre-trial release.

Bauer is accused of entering the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and threatening House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).

"Bring Nancy Pelosi out here now. We want to hang that f--king bitch," she reportedly said.

Bauer has a history of interrupting court proceedings with rants about the "sovereign citizen" movement. The judge previously cited her disruptions as a reason for her detention.

According to MacFarlane, Judge Trevor McFadden immediately dismissed "frivolous" motions to dismiss her case.

And although many of her co-defendants have accepted misdemeanor plea deals, the U.S. government is insisting that Bauer plead to a felony. She has declined to accept the plea deal.

The defendant was not allowed to speak during her Monday hearing because of a history of derailing court proceedings with rants about the "sovereign citizen" movement, the judge said.

Bauer's attorney told the judge that she was at risk of losing her restaurant business in Pennsylvania, but the argument did not prove persuasive.

At Monday's hearing, McFadden said that he would rule on Bauer's release at a later date. She will await a Dec. 21 hearing in jail.

Bauer has written a letter promising to obey court orders if she is released.

"I, Pauline, from the House of Bauer, have learned the errors of my ways," she wrote to the judge.

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