Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) time alone with her family was interrupted on Christmas Day as police was called to her home in Georgia after someone reported a false crime.

Recounting the incident on X, the lawmaker wrote, “I was just swatted…On Christmas with my family here.”

“My local police are the GREATEST and shouldn’t have to deal with this. I appreciate them so much and my family and I are in joyous spirits celebrating the birth of our savior Jesus Christ!” she added.

Greene also revealed that this would be the 8th time she would be faced with such a situation where police would come to her home over a false call.

“And after today, I have been swatted 8 times but the FBI can’t seem to figure out who is responsible for the swatting and says the law doesn’t allow them to track them down,” she wrote in another tweet.

She did not mention the police department that stopped by her home. But a spokesperson for the Rome City Police Department, Kelly Madden, said in a statement that officers received a call through the local suicide hotline. However, the police response was canceled as her security team said there was no need for it.

“As we were preparing to respond, we reached out to her security detail, and it was determined that there wasn’t any emergency,” Madden stated.

She also confirmed that this is not the first of such incident.

While Greene did not specify what crime was falsely reported to the police, she made mention of a series of death threats she has received in a series of tweets in which she shared screenshots of threats she has received.

According to her, she “received this death threat where this man is saying I will be shot in the head and skinned to make a “parasol” making a reference to Gein, who was a psychopath killer who would make things out of his victim’s skin.”