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Police Investigation Clears Lauren Boebert Of Domestic Violence Allegations From Ex-Husband

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Law enforcement in Colorado has closed the investigation into Rep. Lauren Boebert after her ex-husband accused her of punching him at a restaurant.

The police found no evidence of assault, and her ex-husband later recanted his claims of domestic violence.

The investigation has been closed due to a lack of evidence. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

Silt Police described Lauren Boebert as being “cooperative with law enforcement.”

Law enforcement also note that her ex-husband “was highly intoxicated, yelling at officers, and was uncooperative with the investigation.”

Silt Police wrote in a statement, “Although he claimed he had been punched in the face, officers observed no marks or injury on Jayson Boebert to corroborate he had actually been assaulted.”

“Staff at Miner’s Claim restaurant requested Jayson leave the restaurant due to the level of disturbance he was creating. Officers requested Jayson Boebert to leave the restaurant multiple times; however, he was uncooperative and was physically removed from the restaurant by law enforcement personnel,” their statement continued.

“Furthermore, Jayson Boebert contacted Silt Police to recant any claims of domestic violence. Due to a lack of any evidence, the allegations of Domestic Violence against Rep. Lauren Boebert are unfounded and the investigation into Rep. Lauren Boebert is closed,” concluded the police statement.

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