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After former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s daughter posted abuse allegations online in the form of TikTok videos, police visited the Conway home for a welfare check and are still investigating, according to Jezebel.

The police visit came after Claudia Conway, 16, shared videos documenting her mother’s alleged abuse.

TMZ reports that a recent, now-hidden TikTok video showed Kellyanne telling a cop that she would love to undergo “family therapy” and that Claudia is going through a “hard time.” In a closed caption, Claudia wrote that her mother told the cops that she feels unsafe and has been receiving threats.

At one point, the cop suggests that Kellyanne take Claudia’s phone, computer, and internet, but Claudia immediately interjected, saying that she bought her phone with her own money and it cannot be taken from her.

Toward the end of the video, Kellyanne is heard telling the cop that this “came out of nowhere.”

“It didn’t!” Claudia said. “It’s been happening!”

TMZ wrote: "Our law enforcement sources say the matter is still under investigation."

Jezebel noted that Claudia began trolling her mother for supporting former President Donald Trump, but that “soon spiraled into TikToks implying that her mother may be verbally abusive.” The publication noted that “a series of videos uploaded to TikTok on January 19 and January 20 that have made Claudia’s plight appear much more urgent.”

The videos show Kellyanne cursing, mocking, and striking Claudia. In one, Kellyanne appears to call Claudia an “asshole” and warns that Claudia will “never record another fucking thing in [her] life.”

In another, Kellyanne is heard saying, “if you only knew what people thought of you” and “ungrateful’re lucky your mom’s pro-life” before the video cuts to Kellyanne screaming “fuck you!” and calling Claudia a “dumbass.” In the same video, Kellyanne claimed that it’s impossible to get covid-19 from the president, despite the fact that she was diagnosed with covid-19 in October after attending a party with then-President Trump, who was also diagnosed with the deadly virus.

While the videos are heavily edited to feature Kellyanne’s most explosive moments, the cruelty in Kellyanne’s voice is evident and deeply disturbing. In one January 20 video, Claudia wrote, “like I’m not even kidding if any of you live in this area come pick me up.”

Claudia posted additional videos explaining herself after the abuse allegations gained media attention, saying in one: “I’m not looking to hate on my mom, I just think it’s important to tell my side of the story and my experience.”

In a video posted on Friday, Claudia “once again emphasizing that she was only telling her side of the story and that she doesn’t want her family to get into trouble,” Jezebel wrote.

Hi, I just wanted to come on here and address my other videos. I’m in no way, shape, or form trying to get anyone in my family in trouble. I was just, you know, spreading awareness and, you know, expressing my feelings. But I will not be commenting on the situation further because there’s nothing I can do about it. Um, yeah. But I hope y’all stay safe. And I hope y’all have a great day. I love you all, thank you for the support, but I’m not trying to get my mom in trouble or start drama or become a headline so... just spread love, that’s all you can do. This world is so hateful.

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