Is Kiber Calderon Trans? Is She (Hanna Carillo) A Man or a Woman?

Anup Jung Pandey

Is Kiber Calderon Trans? Is She (Hanna Carillo) A Man or a Woman?

Yes, Kiber Calderon aka Hanna Carillo is a transgender woman. While she initially claimed to be a man, she later revealed that she was biologically a man. Furthermore, Kiber’s half-sister and a worker at the Brooklyn shelter where Calderon lives also confirmed her sexuality.

Long Island Police have identified the gun-wielding suspect who took over a crossroads, blasting a pistol into the air and aiming at cars before being hit by a police cruiser. 13 charges were brought against Kiber Calderon, 31, of Brooklyn in connection with the incident, including three counts of third-degree menacing, two counts of menacing a police officer, and numerous counts of unlawful possession.

Just after 2 p.m. on Tuesday, a video showed Calderon, also known as Hanna Carillo, standing at the intersection of Jerusalem and Bellmore Avenues in North Bellmore armed with a gun. In the viral video, Calderon is seen apparently pointing the gun at spectators and passing drivers.

On the other hand, we’ve found that many people have observed Kiber Calderon’s appearance and are curious to know if she is trans. Well, let’s find it out if Kiber is a man or a woman.

Previously, we discussed the sexual orientation of Taylor Zakhar Perez and Justin Herbert.

Sources Confirm That Kiber Calderon Is Transgender Woman!

Kiber Calderon, who is also known by the name Hanna Carillo, has been making headlines as a video of her getting hit by a police cruiser is getting viral on the Internet. On the other hand, many people have been curious to know if Kiber is trans.

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Image Source: Nassau County Police

While Kiber initially claimed to be a woman, Nassau County Police Department later revealed that Kiber had identified as a man. Additionally, Calderon’s half-sister and a worker at the Brooklyn shelter where Calderon resides, confirmed that Calderon is a transgender woman, according to Newsday.

Kiber Calderon allegedly claimed to be both 31 and 33 years old. She has been accused by the department of crimes such as third-degree threatening, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled narcotic, and criminal possession of a firearm.

Details on Kiber Calderon’s Crime!

As the mayhem took place on Tuesday, police said they got numerous 911 calls reporting “a female firing a black handgun into the air in the vicinity of Jerusalem Avenue and Bellmore Avenue.”

Officers discovered  wavinKiber Calderong a black and silver revolver at passing drivers and police when they arrived at the crossroads. At this point, Calderon was still holding the loaded gun when a quick-thinking cop slammed him with the front passenger side of a patrol car. The shooter was brought to a nearby hospital for treatment after suffering minor wounds.

The trans woman is being detained by detectives as they look into what occurred. She will be charged when it is “medically practical,” according to them. Three counts of third-degree menacing, first-degree reckless endangerment, two counts of menacing a police officer, criminal contempt of court, and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled narcotic are among the charges brought against Calderon.

In addition, she is charged with two charges of second-degree criminal weapon possession, criminal possession of a firearm, and criminal possession of a weapon. According to the Nassau County Police Department, Calderon was first detained in New York City on June 8 for third-degree burglary and then again on June 9 for second-degree burglary and trespassing.

No charges were brought up for the officer operating the SUV, and Nassau Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder even praised the officer saying,

I am never going to Monday morning quarterback my cops…The protocol in the police department is that deadly physical forces versus deadly physical force. That’s the law.

Ryder added the officers on foot ‘faced down deadly physical force against civilians and themselves, and they used the vehicle to stop that threat. The other option on the table was to take out the gun and shoot it, which they didn’t do.