After being mistaken for a woman who participated in the Capitol riots, an Ontario realtor has received a slew of hateful messages.\nJenna Ryan — of Sudbury, Ontario, not Texas — is trying her best to set the record straight and convince strangers that she did not, in fact, storm the U.S. Capitol.\nEditor's Choice: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Canada’s Work From Home Tax Deduction\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nFrom the day the Texas Jenna Ryan was identified [...], I've been receiving numerous comments across my social media platforms, along with negative Google reviews, and angry voicemails and texts.\n\n\nJenna Ryan\n\n\n"My team and I have been doing the best we can to respond and address everyone, letting them know they have the wrong Jenna Ryan, but some still choose to argue it," Ryan told Narcity in a statement over Facebook messenger. \n"Some argue that I am lying, that I am the one that stormed the Capitol," Ryan continued. \n"Mostly," Ryan explained, "People [have been] telling me to enjoy prison."\nThings seemed to have quieted down last week for Ryan. That is until "Texas Jenna Ryan was arrested," she says.\n"[Now,] We are back to non-stop harsh comments and phone calls."\nThe other Jenna Ryan is also a real estate agent in North Texas, according to Newsweek. She is reportedly asking Trump for a presidential pardon from a prison sentence she says she does not deserve.