Kellyanne Conway calls daughter Claudia an ‘addict’, tells cops teen ‘may not make it’ in Instagram live video

This exchange came a few days after the 16-year-old accused her mother of 'leaking' her nudes on Twitter


                            Kellyanne Conway calls daughter Claudia an ‘addict’, tells cops teen ‘may not make it’ in Instagram live video
Kellyanne Conway pre-records her address to the Republican National Convention from inside an empty Mellon Auditorium on August 26, 2020 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Claudia Conway has reportedly been accused by her mother Kellyanne Conway of being an “addict” and telling cops she “may not make it”. Claudia was reportedly on FaceTime for several minutes with YouTuber Tana Mongeau, who was live-streaming the call on Instagram when police arrived at the Conways' house. In the live video, a woman -- who Mongeau claimed was Kellyanne -- apparently told the officers "just take her away, she's an addict”, The Sun reported. In the video, Claudia then asks the woman what she is "addicted to," to which the woman replied her phone that she uses too much. "You can't compare this to alcoholism,” Claudia angrily said. In the clip, Kellyanne is heard expressing concern and telling her daughter "you were suicidal," before stating "you were in the psychiatric unit three times, you were arrested for assaulting me." The pair then continued to argue over the alleged leak of nude pictures of the 16-year-old on Twitter.

Earlier reports claimed that the former counselor to former President Donald Trump allegedly shared a topless photo of her daughter on Twitter's Fleet feature, similar to Instagram's Story feature. The Fleet in question was later deleted, but not before Claudia got to know about it; she then took to TikTok to post her reaction, before deleting the TikTok videos. Though the teenager initially blamed her mother for the leak and said her mother "deserves to go to jail", she later showed “faith” in her. "You went right to TikTok," the woman in the Instagram Live video says, referring to her TikTok videos about the leak. "See you have an addiction, you need to break this addiction, you need to go somewhere that they help girls like you.” The woman then tells the cops: “I don't think she's going to make it this time, she needs serious evaluation."

Kellyanne Conway approaches the podium for a news briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House January 30, 2020 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

On Tuesday, January 26, Claudia's father, George Conway, shared a TikTok video from the young woman on his Twitter account. The video showed Claudia sitting down and talking to the camera. She said that she now believes that her mother "would never put something like that on the internet". She also claimed that she was not under any pressure to post the message "Please. No threats, no calls to the authorities," she said after saying that they were "tired of being headlines.” She also added that she loves her mom and “she loves me".

Kellyanne Conway speaks to members of the media at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House January 10, 2020 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

The full text of the message read, “Hi guys, I just wanted to come on here and address the situation. This isn't forced, this is coming completely coming from me, Claudia. I have faith and I know that my mother would never put something like that on the internet as well as me -- we would never do that. My mom and I, we fight like mothers and daughters. But we also love like mothers and daughters. And I do love her. I will be taking a break from social media because we are really tired of being headlines and we fight like mothers and daughters but being in the public eye exacerbates that greatly and it adds a lot of stress to both of our lives and I don't want that. I don't want any drama. I don't want any hate. So I will be leaving social media for a bit to work on my relationship with my mom and my family. Please do not incite hate or violence on my family. Please. No threats. No calls to the authorities. I love my mom and she loves me."

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