Natalie White, the woman accused of setting fire to the Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed by Atlanta police, was granted a $10,000 bond on Wednesday afternoon.
White, 29, has been charged with first-degree arson. She was taken into custody on Tuesday (June 23) without incident.
As a condition of Natalie’s bond she is not allowed to use social media, she must be fitted with an ankle monitor and she must remain on house arrest.
There have been several reports speculating whether or not Natalie White was involved with Rayshard Brooks.
Her attorney, Drew Findling, told The AJC, ” She did know him. They did have a close relationship.”
He declined to go into details about the relationship out of respect for the Brooks family.