Chelsea Manning, who is serving a 35-year sentence for leaking U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, may face charges over trying to kill herself on July 5. According to the American Civil Liberties Union, she is under investigation for “prohibited property” and “conduct which threatens,” among other charges. Manning’s attorney confirmed recently that she was receiving medical treatment over the attempt. “It is deeply troubling that Chelsea is now being subjected to an investigation and possible punishment for her attempt to take her life,” said ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio. “The government has long been aware of Chelsea’s distress associated with the denial of medical care related to her gender transition and yet delayed and denied the treatment recognized as necessary.” If convicted, Manning may be transferred to solitary confinement or maximum-security for the duration of her sentence. She might also lose the possibility of parole.