Cops ‘investigating Claudia Conway’s TikTok videos of Kellyanne Conway “screaming abuse”'
COPS are reportedly investigating videos of Kellyanne Conway allegedly screaming abuse at her daughter.
The cops were reportedly called after someone saw the recorded videos, that Claudia claims show Kellyanne screaming and swearing at her, leading them to take a trip to the Conway household.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that they conducted a welfare check on the family.
Kellyanne reportedly told the cops that her daughter was going through hardships and said they were going to family therapy, according to the outlet.
The sources told TMZ that the matter is still under investigation.
The clips are heavily edited and do not show Kellyanne, who served as counselor to former President Donald Trump.
In one TikTok video titled, “A Covid recap with Kelly,” Claudia, 16, shows her face while a woman's voice screams in the background.
The woman can be heard shrieking “a**hole” and “beat the s**t out of my daughter.”
During the shocking clip, the voice also says: “I can get you taken out of here today,” and complained about the “stupid a** things you always say.”
Then the woman yelled, “F*** you" followed by “you don’t f***ing listen – what the f*** is wrong with you?”
In a more calm tone, the woman noted that “you can’t get coronavirus from the president,” apparently referring to Trump, who contracted and recovered from Covid.
In a shrill voice again, the woman screams: “The only place that will take you that you aren’t going to post about your family anymore,” seemingly upset that Claudia broadcasts her family drama on social media.
The woman accuses whoever she is speaking to of lying to everyone and being an “ungrateful b****.”
“You’re lucky your mom’s pro-life,” she says.
“F*** you, f*** you. It’s over, it’s over—I don’t care who’s following you, dumba**.”
It is not clear whether the woman in this video is screaming at her or someone else.
The Sun reached out to the White House and the Lincoln Project for comment but have not received a response.
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