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Janya Williams
Lollapalooza security guard Janya Williams has been arrested on suspicion of making fake gun threats to get her to leave work early. Cook County Sheriff's Office

Worked at Lollapalooza in Chicago. A security guard who was at a music festival last weekend was accused of faking a shooting threat in order to leave work early.

Janya Williams, 18, } ) allegedly sent an anonymous message to his boss via TextNow on Friday afternoon. There are 150 targets. ''

The supervisor immediately contacted the supervisor, Chicago police and she notified the FBI. 

When the supervisor told the team about the threat, Williams allegedly told the supervisor that her sister had seen a similar threat on her Facebook. 

After the supervisor asked Williams to send her a screenshot of the threat, she created a Facebook account under the name "Ben Scott" and described it as "Massive at Lollapalooza Grant." Park at 6 p.m., after which she took a screenshot of the post and sent it to her boss, prosecutors allege. 

But the FBI said the TextNow message to Williams' IP address and iCloud, prosecutors said. 

She allegedly admitted to faking the threats. She wanted to quit her job early," prosecutors said. and were arrested on felony charges of making false terrorist threats. 

She was put in jail. and is being held on $50,000 bail. 

Lollapalooza ran Thursday through Sunday last weekend. 

Williams is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.