The Kellyanne Conway And Claudia Conway Fight Is One No One Wants To See

While there’s no doubt that moms have to deal with their troubled teens on an almost daily basis, their arguments are usually resolved in a matter of minutes, hours, or in some cases, days.

But when it comes to Kellyanne Conway and her troublesome daughter Claudia, they have the kind of fights that no one wants to see, yet have broadcasted their nasty altercations for an audience of one: the internet.

There are new reports that say Donald Trump’s former right-hand woman Kellyanne has been accused of posting a topless photo of her 16-year-old daughter on Twitter. And yes, you just read that last sentence correctly. We are not making this up, even though we wish we did. Here’s what you need to know.

The Kellyanne Conway And Claudia Conway Fight Is One No One Wants To See

According to screenshots posted by users on social media, Kellyanne Conway’s account (@KellyannePolls) shared an image of her topless teenage daughter on Fleet, which is Twitter’s version of Instagram stories. The Fleet was removed but not before Twitter users got a hold of it.

In her TikTok videos, a visibly upset Claudia Conway speculated that her mother may have accidentally posted the image. “I’m assuming my mom took a picture of it to use against me one day and then somebody hacked her or something,” she said. “I’m literally at a loss for words. If you see it, report it.”

In one of the TikTok videos, Claudia Conway said that “nobody would ever have any photo like that, ever. So, Kellyanne, you’re going to fucking jail.”

The social media platform said it was unclear how long the post had been on the site, how many people had seen it, or who deleted it.

Claudia later posted another video saying she believed her mother had been hacked and begging people to stop contacting police.

“Yesterday when I was made aware of the situation I was distraught and very, very upset and I acted irrationally and impulsive and it is something I do regret,” she said.

If that weren’t enough, four officers with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and Alpine Police Department showed up with papers in hand to the family’s New Jersey mansion just before noon on Tuesday. They spent about an hour inside before leaving.

Police Chief Christopher Belcolle confirmed that “an investigation is being conducted” but that “no additional information can be released” noting that records about minors were not made public.

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