Lauren Boebert next to an arrest record

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Husband of QAnon-supporting congresswoman-elect allegedly exposed himself to teen

Lauren Boebert’s husband was arrested after allegedly exposing himself to a minor at a bowling alley.

 

Mikael Thalen

Tech

The husband of QAnon-supporting Congresswoman-elect Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) allegedly exposed himself to a minor in a bowling alley in 2004.

In a little-noticed blog post from journalist Anne Landman on Oct. 30, a Garfield County Sheriff’s Office arrest report details how Jayson Boebert was charged with indecent exposure.

The incident, which took place on Jan. 28, 2004, at the Rifle Fireside Lanes bowling alley in Rifle, Colorado, reportedly involved a 20-year-old and a 16-year-old. The girls were reportedly approached by Jayson while standing at a snack bar.

They were discussing tattoos when Jayson allegedly interjected by stating that he received a tattoo on his penis.

Although the girls said they attempted to ignore him, Jayson came up behind them soon after and “unzipped his pants, removed his genitals exposing the shaft” while “covering the head of the genitals with his hand,” according to Officer Donivan Livingston.

The girls alerted the bowling alley’s owner, who reportedly attempted to get Jayson to leave. The owner said, according to the report, that Jayson repeatedly refused and eventually became “belligerent,” leading him to call the police.

After officers arrived on the scene, Jayson reportedly denied showing his genitals and instead claimed that he unzipped his pants and merely showed his thumb.

Livingston went on to note that Jayson had “an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath” and that Jayson admitted to having “several drinks” that evening.

Jayson was arrested soon after and charged with indecent exposure. Incredibly, as further noted by Landman, Jayson was reportedly arrested again just days later on a domestic violence charge.

In a phone call with the Daily Dot, Landman stated that she was given the arrest report from a friend who filed a public records request in Rifle, Colorado.

The incident is now gaining traction on Twitter and raising eyebrows given that Lauren has espoused support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, which alleges that President Donald Trump is fighting a secret battle against a Satanic pedophile ring run by Democrats.

The Daily Dot reached out to Lauren to ask about her husband’s 2004 arrest but did not receive a reply.


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