A political commentator and former congressional press secretary claimed she reported the pipe-bomb suspect for harassing her on Twitter, weeks before his arrest Friday.

Rochelle Ritchie claims that the social media network sent back a “bs response” when she reported the harassment earlier this month.

"Hey @Twitter remember when I reported the guy who was making threats towards me after my appearance on @FoxNews and you guys sent back a bs response about how you didn’t find it that serious," she said. "Well guess what it’s the guy who has been sending #bombs to high profile politicians!!!!"

Ritchie posted screenshots of the alleged incident. The account referenced, reported to be Sayoc's Twitter handle in the wake of his arrest, was suspended Friday.

A Twitter spokesperson told the Washington Examiner that the company doesn’t comment on individual accounts due to privacy and security reasons and noted that “this is an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”

Cesar Altieri Sayoc, Jr., of Aventura, Fla., was arrested Friday at an AutoZone store in Plantation, Fla., in connection with the suspicious packages that were sent to figures including former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Sayoc is a registered Republican and last voted in the 2016 primary election and has previously been arrested multiple times since 1991.