Woman charged with chasing US Rep. David Kustoff

"Wright exited her vehicle and began screaming and striking the windows" of Kustoff's auto, at one point reaching inside.

Wright faces a felony charge of reckless endangerment after following Kustoff and his aide on May 8.

A Tennessee woman is facing a felony charge after allegedly chasing down a vehicle carrying Rep. David Kustoff (R-Tenn.) on Monday after a town hall event.

Congressman David Kustoff (R-Tennessee) had been driving with aide Marianne Dunavant after leaving a town hall meting at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

She also stood in front of their vehicle, police said, obstructing them from leaving, and left the scene before officers arrived after a 911 call was made. She left before the sheriff's department arrived.

She was allegedly outraged over Kustoff's vote in support of the American Health Care Act.

When the congressman left the meeting, he and his aide were followed by a woman, according to the Weakly County Sheriff's Department.

According to WMC, the woman posted details of the encounter on Facebook, which is how she was found.

The Weakley County Sherriff's Department first reported the incident on Thursday. She was arrested and released on a $1,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in Weakley County General Sessions Court May 15.

We've reached out to his office for comment.

The House of Representatives recently and narrowly passed the American Health Care Act, a long-promised repeal and replacement of the American Care Act (Obamacare).

"I voted for the American Health Care Act because our current health care system is failing Tennesseans", he said in a statement following the vote.

Kustoff earlier this month voted to repeal and replace Obamacare.