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Police Investigation Finds Colorado US Rep. Lauren Boebert Didn’t Punch Ex-Husband As He Claimed

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U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert was cleared of domestic violence allegations after her ex-husband recanted his claim that she punched him during an altercation.

The incident occurred in a restaurant, leading to the ex-husband’s arrest on misdemeanor charges.

The altercation followed Boebert’s announcement of switching congressional districts and her divorce being finalized. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

“I don’t want nothing to happen,” Jayson Boebert said. “Her and I were working through a difficult conversation.”

No evidence was found to support the allegations, resulting in the investigation being closed.

“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,” police stated.

Boebert’s assertive style and alignment with the extreme right wing of the GOP have garnered attention during her time in Washington.

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