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Woman who climbed in exhibit with lions at Bronx Zoo identifies herself on social media

Samson X Horne
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The woman who climbed into the lion’s den at the Bronx Zoo during the weekend has identified herself — kinda — by way of social media.

The unbelievably audacious daredevil calls herself Myáh Lareé Israelite, according to her instagram profile where she also posted a video of her climbing into the enclosure with the big cats, dancing and waving at the beasts.

Videos of her taunting the “King of the Jungle” went viral on Tuesday.

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I REALLY HAVE NO FEAR OF NOTHING BREATHING‼️ ☀️Lioness 🦁 Instincts💪🏽REAL HEBREW GIRL💯 :ANIMALS CAN FEEL LOVE JUST LIKE HUMANS🎬🎥 💡I COME IN SHALOM🔯INDIGO HEBREW ISRAELITE CHILD OF “THE MOST HIGH” . ”Its funny Cause you can hear Grown Men Scared smh💯 ; . “Only People wasn’t scared was me and The Chidren. All the Adults was Scared 😱 : ☀️🙏🏽💡Everybody Lions Until theY Meet Them in the Flesh💯Let’s just Say The Lions & the Children and Kids that Witnessed “Queen Empress Myáh Lareé Israelite” Go In With the Lions 🦁 ‼️ And Made it Out Alive💪🏽 “I’m From Brownsville I never Ran And I never WiLL💯💯unless I'm getting in Shape💪🏽💯☀️💡🌿

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“I LOVE EVERYTHING THE ‘MOST HIGH CREATED,’ ” her post reads. “WE ARE PEOPLE OF PEACE & WHEN YOU OPERATE ON THAT FREQUENCY LIFE UNFOLDS WILLINGLY.”

Responses to her post show an overwhelming consensus that many did not approve of the antics. Most folks who replied let her know with a litany of expletives while berating the woman.

In one of the tamer replies, user @aidenlucasp admonished her in part: “Nothing brave or great about this just complete stupidity. As well as risking the animal’s life you did it in front of children. Imagine what they would have had to see if it had ripped you apart, the scars that would (have) left on them kids.”

In a subsequent post, the woman wrote: “I Literally WEnt in his Habbitat [sic] and He did not Growl or He didn’t not [sic] go into Attack Mode!!! Why? Like All things, Even Animals know if your [sic] acting out of Love & Fearlessness.”

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Thank You ”Most High” For allowing Me to Actually Live this Life Experience As I trust in You💪🏽☀️🦁🎥🎬 : ”I Literally Went in his Habbitat and He did not Growl or He didn't not go into Attack Mode‼️💪🏽 Why? Like All things, Even Animals know if your acting out of Love & Fearlessness. When I say NO FEAR THATS NOT ABOUT EGO 🚫 ITS ABOUT BEING ONE WITH MOTHER’S NATURE AND LOVING ALL THINGS‼️ : “I Entered His Home in Peace & He let me Leave in Peace ☮️ 💪🏽☀️🌳🌿🌱⚖️ShaloM 🔯 : ☀️✡️MY SOUL IS PURE THIS IS WHY I MADE IT OUT💪🏽 ☀️🌱🌳💡OH P.S IT WAS 2 LIONS BY THE WAY : . 🚨🚨🙌🏽IF YOU LOOK CLOSE ENOUGH YOU’LL SEE THE MOST HIGH ALLOWED THE SEASON TO CHANGE! PAY ATTENTION TO THE LEAVES 🍁

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According to the New York Post, the zoo filed a trespassing complaint against the woman on Wednesday while the NYPD is continuing to investigate the incident that occurred Saturday.

Samson X Horne is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Samson at 412-320-7845, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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