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Oakland DJ Bored Lord arrested at solidarity protest, bail fundraiser launched

The DJ and producer is reportedly facing felony charges with a bail of $50,000 

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Update 18:30 BST 30/08/2020: According to an update from twitter user @tomudj, bail has posted for Bored Lord via a bondsman and she is likely to be released from custody today.

Bored Lord has reportedly been arrested at a solidarity protest in Oakland, California.

According to a GoFundMe page launched for her bail fund, the DJ and producer took part in a demonstration last night (30th August). Hundreds have taken to the streets of Oakland since Wednesday (26th) in solidarity with protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin over the police shooting of 29-year-old Black man Jacob Blake last week. 

Following her arrest, Bored Lord is reportedly facing felony charges with a bail of $50,000.

“Daria has always been one to put herself in the ringer for whats right!” the GoFundMe page reads. “She is one of the most chill, passionate, incredibly smart, empathic, talented, community leaders I know. HELP GET HER HOME QUICKLY AND SAFELY! Her loved ones are terrified for her safety. Not only is going to jail terrifying, but as a QUEER TRANS WOMAN we need to protect her. Her act was a hit for our protection.”

You can donate to the GoFundMe for Bored Lord’s bail fund here. You can also donate more directly via paypal, venmo @ARANOHRA, and Cashapp $FREYATINY. The current aim is to raise $5,000.

Bored Lord's 2019 album 'Transexual Rave Hymns' was ranked as one of our favourites of 2019, and her 2020 releases including 'in case we never get to rave again' and 'Weapon Of Sound' have featured some of our top tracks of this year. 

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