Aiden Fucci’s sick ‘threats’ to inmates emerge as a teenager awaits trial for ‘stabbing cheerleader Tristyn Bailey 114 times’
MURDERER Aiden Fucci has reportedly threatened other inmates while awaiting trial in the death of Tristyn Bailey.
Fucci, who has pleaded not guilty and is being held in the Duval County Jail, was accused of stabbing the 13-year-old cheerleader 114 times.
According to First Coast News documents, Fucci threatened and blackmailed his fellow teenage inmates.
Reports obtained by the outlet further show that Fucci was combative and bullied others.
He also reportedly fought with another inmate and forced others to get him items from the commissioner at the prison.
The teen was reportedly sprayed twice with chemical restraint, the outlet reports.
The reports include a statement by an inmate as given to prison officials.
“Fucci said he was going to stab me,” the report said.
“He goes around and says we all p**** because most of them are in here because they shot someone and killed them. He says he’s “real” because he stabs you face to face and takes their lives. It’s like it gets him high or something.”
Another report from January 2022 went into even more detail.
Fucci” was found to be a blackmailing detective [the inmate] through fear,” says the report.
“They were not housed together, but Fucci was able to manipulate and blackmail inmates through threats and intimidation.
“Inmate Fucci did not have a commission receipt to explain how many commissions were in his cell. The victims provided receipts and [words redacted] it was verified who rightfully owned the commission items.
“When officers entered his cell to retrieve the commissary items for the other inmates, he became very agitated and threatened the officer’s life.
“Inmate Fucci threatened to kill our families while loudly and viciously banging on his cell door.”
The report also said Fucci was occasionally placed in a restraint chair and isolated “for the safety of inmates, officers, himself and property.”
Fucci, now 16, will face trial as an adult.
His trial is scheduled to begin on February 6.
“LEARN TO ACT”
Fucci was charged in the death of Tristyn Bailey after her remains were found in the Florida woods in May 2021.
Both teenagers attended Patriot Oaks Academy in St. Johns County.
Surveillance footage showed the two teenagers walking in the neighborhood, but only Fucci was seen returning home.
Shocking reports at the time revealed that the word “Karma” had been written on Tristyn’s ankle.
The word was written in blue ink on her left knuckle, while a smiley face was drawn on the inside of her right knuckle.
A year after Tristyn’s death, her family said she wanted to celebrate her continued inspiration.
The teenager is survived by her parents and four siblings.
They said: “As a family, we remain devastated and overcome with grief at the loss of Tristyn.
“Over time, we learn to deal with carrying this loss on.
“We draw our greatest strength from our love for Tristyn and seek to honor her memory in harmony with her spirit.”
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7237730/aiden-fucci-sick-threats-inmates-stabbing-cheerleader-tristyn-bailey/ Aiden Fucci’s sick ‘threats’ to inmates emerge as a teenager awaits trial for ‘stabbing cheerleader Tristyn Bailey 114 times’