Police visit home of former Trump aide Kellyanne Conway after nude photo of daughter appears online



It was reported that 4 officers with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Workplace and the Alpine Police Division visited the Conway dwelling and spent an hour in the home earlier than leaving. The Publish article contained a photograph of the cops on the dwelling.

Alpine Police Chief Christopher Belcolle advised the Publish: “An investigation is being carried out. No further info could be launched.”

Belcolle didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from CNBC.

Claudia Conway is a prolific consumer of the social media app TikTok, the place she has documented complaints and disputes together with her mom.

However Claudia, in different TikTok movies launched Tuesday, mentioned she believed her mom’s account was hacked, and that she regretted posting the TikTok video that took purpose at Kellyanne.





She mentioned she didn’t imagine her mom had posted the picture.

Twitter told Variety it is also investigating the matter. The social media giant said its currently unsure how long the post was visible, how many people saw it, and who deleted it.

A representative for the New Jersey Department of Children and Families told BuzzFeed News that the agency is ‘looking into all the concerns around the incident.’

Possession of sexual images involving a child is a crime in New Jersey punishable up to five years in prison. Guilty parties are also added to sex offender registry.

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