Diamond Reynolds, who watched in horror when her boyfriend Philando Castile was fatally shot in front of her by a police officer in 2016, received an $800,000 settlement this week from two Minnesota cities for the trauma she endured, both for witnessing the shooting and for being wrongly arrested afterward.

 Now CityPages reports that official from the town of Elysian, Minnesota, has criticized the settlement by predicting that Reynolds will blow all the money she’s getting on drugs.

“She needs to come off County and State Aid now that she has some cash,” wrote Elysian City Councilor and Rice County Police Sgt. Tom McBroom on Twitter about Reynolds. “It’ll be gone in six months on crack cocaine.”

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