Lauren Boebert And Her Husband Jayson Petition For Divorce

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) is standing up for her estranged husband and criticizing what she terms “misrepresentations” made in court papers on their impending divorce.

“I have always spoken highly of my marriage. I believe in marriage. I believe in the power our words hold,” in a message shared on Twitter on Wednesday, Boebert said.

“Jayson, a man I spent half my life with, did not sign up to be in the public spotlight, and he certainly did not sign up to be falsely accused of things he didn’t do,” Colorado Republican maintained his position.

When confronted with the paperwork, the congresswoman’s husband, Jayson Boebert, was “drinking a tall glass of beer” and “cleaning a gun that was sitting on a table,” according to court documents.

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The process server described Jayson Boebert as “extremely angry,” saying, “He started yelling and using profanities, and told me that I was trespassing and that he was calling the Sheriff’s Office.”

When I told him I was placing the paperwork on the chair outside the door, he shut it and let the dogs out.”

Boebert announced her divorce from her spouse in 2006 on Tuesday, adding, “This is truly about irreconcilable differences.”

Lauren Boebert And Her Husband Jayson Petition For Divorce

“The stories about the process server and Jayson running over a mailbox are completely false.” “Jason doesn’t sit around cleaning guns, and he certainly doesn’t drink beer out of a glass, any more than he drinks Bud Light,” said Boebert, who has four children with her husband.

“Our own home security footage demonstrates that he did not sick dogs’ on the process server.” “The dogs were outside when the server arrived; they never displayed aggression toward him, nor did he appear afraid of them,” she explained.

“Our divorce is a private matter, but the misrepresentations must be addressed,” said the second-term legislator, who declared in March that she would be a “36-year-old grandmother” when her 17-year-old son’s girlfriend gave birth.

“Jayson deserves his privacy, not slanderous stories,” according to Boebert. “Regardless of what others say, I welcome your thoughts and heartfelt prayers for our family.”

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