closet case

Melania says she felt “violated” by FBI agents going through her closet and the Rose Garden would like a word

Melania Trump reportedly had to buy all new underwear after the FBI went through her closet during last month’s search of Mar-a-Lago, where agents recovered 33 boxes containing more than 100 highly classified documents stashed in the ex-president’s home office.

A “pal” of Melania’s recently told Radar: “Melania doesn’t like the idea of strangers going rifling through her things. Who knows who touched her underwear during the raid? She’s never going to feel comfortable wearing those ever again.”

Related: Melania’s ransacked closet at Mar-a-Lago is becoming almost as infamous as her murdered rose garden

The pal continued, “Most people don’t know that Melania is a bigger germaphobe than her husband. She hates people touching her and certainly doesn’t want to put on lingerie that FBI agents have had their hands all over.”

Of course, a really excellent way to avoid having your closet rifled through by federal agents is to avoid fraternizing–or, in Melania’s case, marrying–alleged criminals. But we digress.

Another source added: “This is her home. It’s her bedroom. Even her husband isn’t allowed in her bedroom. Even if they wore gloves, it is still strangers going through your underwear drawers. She has already bought new underwear and thrown everything that has been contaminated away.”

Related: Why has Melania been radio silent about the Mar-a-Lago raid? She’s “annoyed”, sources say.

Last month, CNN reported the ex-FLOTUS told friends she “annoyed” by the search, though she opted not to release a statement on the matter and instead focus on her new NFT side hustle.

Her husband, however, wasted no time voicing his outrage over the matter, firing off an angry statement on Truth Social that read: “Just learned that agents went through the First Lady’s closets and rummaged through her clothing and personal items. Surprisingly, left area in a relative mess. Wow!”

Apparently since then, Melania has gone from feeling “annoyed” to “violated.” Unfortunately, she’s not getting much sympathy on Twitter. Here’s what folx are saying…