Alex Jones’ spouse arrested on home violence fee

DALLAS (AP) — The spouse of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was once arrested Christmas Eve on a home violence fee that the right-wing provocateur mentioned stems from a “drugs imbalance.”

Sheriff’s deputies took Erika Wulff Jones into custody and booked her into an Austin prison round 8:45 p.m. Friday. Prison data display the 43-year-old faces misdemeanor fees of attack inflicting physically damage to a circle of relatives member and resisting arrest, seek or delivery. She had now not gained a bond Saturday afternoon.

Alex Jones, an Austin resident and founding father of the right-wing media team Infowars, declined Saturday to mention whether or not he’d been injured or elaborate on what came about past that he believes it was once associated with his spouse’s fresh exchange of drugs.

“It’s a non-public circle of relatives topic that came about on Christmas Eve,” Jones informed The Related Press in a temporary interview. “I like my spouse and care about her and it seems that to be some more or less drugs imbalance.”

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The Travis County Sheriff’s Place of job didn’t right away reply to a request Christmas Day for the file on Wulff Jones’ arrest and a spokeswoman mentioned she may now not supply additional information. An lawyer for Wulff Jones didn’t right away reply to a request for remark. 

Jones sued this week looking for to block subpoenas he’d been issued by way of the Space committee investigating the Jan. 6 rebel on the U.S. Capitol. Jones spoke at a rally in fortify of then-President Donald Trump that proceeded the rebellion and his Infowars colleague, Owen Shroyer, was once charged with crimes associated with it in August. Shroyer has mentioned he is “blameless of the fees.”

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Jones mentioned his spouse’s arrest “does not worry my politics” and that “it wasn’t some more or less non-public hateful factor or anything else.”