She told deputies she was married to Tim Tebow when she was questioned outside of the the New York Mets Spring training facility back on February 26.

An officer with the Port St. Lucie Police Department was leaving the training complex after working a game around 5 p.m. and was flagged down by a staff member who said a woman was hovering around near the complex since the early hours of the day. She kept asking questions about Tebow.

A deputy with the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office also approached the woman, later identified as Colorado resident Michelle Marie Thompson.

On her Colorado driver's license, Thompson had a 'I <3 Jesus/Tim Tebow" sticker, the officer's report says.

When asked what her relationship to Tebow was, specifically if they were in a friendly, platonic, romantic or a matrimonial relationship. She giggled when she replied, saying 'all of the above.'

She even knew Tebow's Jacksonville, Florida address.

Tim Tebow signs a ball for Mackenzie Demers, 12, before the New York Mets played the Boston Red Sox. &quot;It was very cool to meet him,&quot; said Demers, who was the Make-A-Wish honorary coach for the game. MOLLY BARTELS/TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS

Management at the sports complex asked police to issue her a trespassing warning and she was read the warning twice to make sure she understood it. After being told to leave, she wondered where she should go - officers told her to leave St. Lucie County.

Two days later officers were called to the sports complex after Thompson was spotted again at the complex.

She was arrested for trespassing and taken to the St. Lucie County Jail.