Eric Greaten’s ex-wife accused the former Missouri governor of abusing their nine-year marriage. Eric Gretens is currently fighting for the full custody of their two children.
On Monday, Eric Greaten’s attorney called the allegations of physical abuse and coercion “completely fabricated and baseless.”
As soon as the GOP primary came on August 2, Sheena Greitens decided to withdraw the charge. Gretens is leading the GOP primary race in Missouri.
Shina thought it would be a good time to accuse her ex-husband of abuse just before her political return. There is nothing fishing here!
The Washington Times reports:
Former Missouri Gov. Eric Grittens, now a leading Republican Senate candidate, was physically abusive and displayed “unsettling and coercive behavior” that led to his ex-wife’s new allegations of restricting access to firearms, according to court records. According to.
An affidavit from Sheena Gretens and the filing of the lawsuit filed Monday in Missouri are part of an ongoing child custody dispute. A professor of public affairs at the University of Texas, he sought a divorce from Eric Greaten after a sex scandal that led to his resignation as governor in June 2018. He is now asking the court to transfer the custody case to the Austin area, in part because Eric Gretens is trying to make a political comeback to survive, while his children are drawing public attention.
Eric Grittens called the allegations “completely fabricated” and “baseless.”
“I want the full custody of my sons, and for them, I will continue to pray for their mother and hope that she will get the help she needs,” she said in a statement released from her Twitter account. Says.
On Monday, his attorney asked a judge to block the affidavit from public view, saying open access could “cause irreparable damage to his reputation and his candidacy.”
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