The teenager who was caught with a dead fetus in a bag while allegedly shoplifting from Victoria's Secret has... ugh... that sentence isn't ever going to get any less disturbing, is it? Take two: 17-year-old Tiona Rodriguez, who pleaded not guilty on Saturday to charges of petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, does not (yet) face more serious charges, because the Medical Examiner's office has yet to complete its report. But the death threats against Rodriguez have already started rolling in.

"The mother informed me that Tiona was getting threats on the Internet," defense lawyer Genay Ann Leitman tells the Daily News. Rodriguez's Facebook page has been taken down, but her attorney said that the threats were being made on Facebook.

Rodriguez, who also has a two-year-old son, was released without bail over the weekend, with an admonishment from the judge to "please go to school, do your homework." It's still unclear how the baby died, and why Rodriguez was carrying the remains around while allegedly shoplifting. (One source tells the Post the newborn died of asphyxiation soon after birth, and Rodriguez reportedly said she didn't know what to do with it.) Her lawyer told reporters Saturday, "Right now, there's no proof that she facilitated the death of the baby. She's a 17-year-old who just had a child die. It's pretty traumatic for anybody, kid or adult."

The Daily Beast described Rodriguez as "blank eyed" during her court appearance, and reports that prosecutor Robert Hettleman told the judge, "The NYPD, my office, and the office of the chief medical examiner are going to continue to vigorously and thoroughly investigate this matter relating to the baby. But at this time, doing that shoplifting with the baby in her bag the entire time certainly suggests a little bit of difficulty following society’s rules."