‘Maderna’ Chloe Is On The Run From Hawaiian Authorities After Skipping Zoom Hearing

‘Maderna’ Chloe Mrozak, the woman who is accused of using a misspelled fake vaccination card to gain entry into Hawaii, is officially on the run from state officials after missing a Wednesday Zoom hearing for her case.

Hawaii News Now reports ‘Maderna’ Chloe was supposed to appear on a Zoom call with a judge, but she never made the virtual court appearance. That triggered a $500 bench warrant for her arrest, and now this bad girl is on the run from the long arm of the law.

Hawaii fake vaccination card misspelling
‘Maderna’ Chloe via Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Maderna fake vaccine card

“Ms. Mrozak, if this court releases you, are you going to make all your court appearances? And you are allowed to appear by zoom,” Judge Tracy Fukui said during a previous hearing while Mrozak was still being held by the state.

“I promise, I promise. I will do whatever it takes. I swear I’m not a bad person,” ‘Maderna’ Chloe told the judge.

It’s unclear where Chloe is holed up avoiding the Hawaii state patrol, but you have to believe she’s the first person in U.S. history to be wanted on a warrant due to a misspelled fake vaccination card. Someone correct me if I’m wrong here, but she has to be the first. Go ahead, put Maderna Chloe into the history books. Update her Wiki page.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. It’s pretty hard to hide on an island – not like you can cross state lines to get away – but imagine if she were able to get herself smuggled out and back to the mainland? She’d be scot-free forever, she just couldn’t have that destination wedding in Maui.

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