On Monday, a letter containing an unknown white substance was sent to first child Donald Trump Jr.’s apartment and opened by his spouse, Vanessa Trump.
According to ABC 7, the letter was sent to the couple’s New York City apartment and addressed to Trump Jr. Vanessa opened it shortly after 10 a.m. ET, and she and two other people were decontaminated by firefighters at the scene.
She was taken to the hospital to be evaluated as a precaution, although all three people involved seem to be fine. Police have not revealed what the substance was, but the Secret Service is currently investigating the incident.
Fox News reported that in September, Trump Jr. got rid of his Secret Service detail so he could have more privacy, but it was reactivated about a week later.
This isn’t the first time the Trump family has received a potentially life-threatening substance, either. According to WPIX, Eric Trump received a threatening letter and suspicious white powder at his New York City home in March 2016.