Sidney Powell filed lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan late Wednesday, continuing efforts to reveal alleged voter fraud that she claims rigged President Trump of an election triumph.
Both cases revolve around issues related to voting machines, mail-in ballots, and the late Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, according to Bloomberg.
The lawsuits target election officials in both key battleground states and include other allegations about forged ballots and observers being unable to watch the vote count. Both suits included a strew of typos in the filings.
Powell, who has long been spreading accusations of mass voter fraud, is not an official member of the Trump legal team, according to the president's campaign. Earlier this week, Trump's legal team distanced themselves further from Powell, releasing a statement saying she was not part of their efforts in any capacity.