We’ve told you about some of the protests outside of Wi Spa in Los Angeles, where a woman complained that a biological male exposed himself in the women-only section of the spa. Counter-protesters accused the woman and her supporters of being transphobic, and things got violent more than a few times. The Los Angeles Times wrote that “far-right rage over transgender rights” led to the chaos in front of Wi Spa.

The New York Post reports Thursday, though, that “a warrant was issued in Los Angeles County for the arrest of 52-year-old Darren Merager, of Riverside, Calif., based on five felony counts of indecent exposure in connection with the Wi Spa incident.” Oh, and this:

Law-enforcement sources revealed that Merager is a tier-one registered sex offender with two prior convictions of indecent exposure stemming from incidents in 2002 and 2003 in California. She declined to comment on the convictions. In 2008, she was convicted for failing to register as a sex offender.

Merager says “she is actually the victim of sexual harassment by transphobic women at the Wi Spa” and that “everything about the Wi Spa was a bunch of garbage and lies.”

There have been weeks of protests in front of the spa, which says it was just following California law in accomodating a trans person.

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