An alleged physical altercation between Republican Rep Lauren Boebert and her ex-husband Jayson Boebert at a restaurant in Colorado on Saturday evening is currently under investigation by the police.
The police in Silt, Colorado, are currently investigating reports of an incident involving the Colorado Republican at Miner’s Claim restaurant on January 6th, according to The Independent.
Police Chief Mike Kite refused to provide additional details, stating that the investigation is still ongoing. He mentioned that the police are currently reviewing security camera footage.
Mr. Kite did not disclose the initiator of the alleged fight and stated that no arrests had been made. When questioned about any hospitalizations, he responded, “Not to my knowledge.”
I reached out to Rep Boebert’s office and the restaurant mentioned in the incident, seeking their comments.
According to an aide of Boebert, Jayson Boebert reported to the police, stating that he was a “victim of domestic violence.” However, The Independent has not been able to confirm this allegation independently.
According to the aide, Rep Boebert refuted the allegation of domestic violence.
In a recent development, Ms. Boebert has garnered attention for her decision to switch districts for her upcoming re-election campaign in 2024.
The lawmaker gained attention when she was asked to leave a Denver theatre during a screening of “Beetlejuice” for engaging in vaping, singing, taking flash photos, and allegedly groping. However, she has since apologized for her actions.
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