A Southwestern College student told the Dean of Students she would bring a gun to campus so "everyone will look at what is going on," prompting the school to issue a safety alert, according to a restraining order obtained by NBC 7.
The school issued the safety alert last week after student Nataliya Holmes made the "credible threat of violence," according to Lillian Leopold, Chief Public Information and Government Relations Officer for the college.
Last week, Holmes had a meeting with the Dean of Student Services, according to the restraining order.
During the meeting, she said she was going to bring a gun to campus so "everyone will look at what is going on," according to the restraining order.
The college then contacted the Psychiatric Emergency Response Team and issued an alert.
On Friday, the school filed a restraining order.
Holmes' Facebook posts are filled with mentions of transgender equality. Her most recent one on Monday noted how she wanted to file a complaint about not having urinals in every women's restroom.
She also wrote how walking around on Southwestern's campus in a bra or underwear for three days opened her eyes to the potential that she has the brain of a woman, but the anatomy of a man.