Claudia Conway's alleged child abuse: Shocking TikTok videos show mom Kellyanne calling her 'ungrateful b***h'

Claudia Conway shared videos exposing her mother, former Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway verbally and physically abusing her


                            Claudia Conway's alleged child abuse: Shocking TikTok videos show mom Kellyanne calling her 'ungrateful b***h'
Kellyanne Conway (Getty Images)

Claudia Conway, the 16-year-old daughter of Kellyanne Conway, former counselor to President Donald Trump, was a trending topic on Twitter after she shared some recordings on TikTok that appear to show verbal, emotional and physical abuse from her mother. Many on Twitter have called out Kellyanne for being abusive toward her daughter.

Earlier on January 20, Claudia posted a TikTok video of herself where a woman, possibly her mother Kellyanne Conway, is abusing her. “You’re never gonna record another f***ng thing in your life. It’s going for a forensic analysis,” says the lady in the video, adding that Claudia is an “ungrateful b***h.” In the video, Claudia writes that she is constantly getting hit because she ignores her mother. She later wrote that she is afraid to post the previous post of her mother being mentally abusive towards her as she doesn’t know what will happen now after she recorded her mother lashing out at her.

This video comes within days of her posting a video lambasting her mother and other supporters of Donald Trump after the Capitol riot on January 6. To slam her mother and the “Trump army”, the teenager took to TikTok, where she repeatedly asked her mother, “How do you feel?”

Kellyanne Conway, former Counselor to the President of the United States and White House Advisor (Getty Images)

 

Right after Claudia shared this new TikTok video, she commented on the post that she is not trying to put her mother in jail, while adding that she felt the need to make the video public because she is berated every day by people who think that she is out there looking for attention or lying about her parents.



 

 

When one of the TikTok users commented that they could call Child Protective Service to help her, Claudia replied that her mother actually called CPS on her, but “They do nothing. She’s way too powerful.” Another user who called herself a reporter also shared the same thought of calling the CPS to help her, but as per Claudia, “They don’t do anything.”



 

 

Another user on TikTok asked Claudia to let them know how they can help her. To this, Claudia replied that she has talked to her lawyers but getting emancipated is nearly impossible “considering both of my parents’ high profile.”

Reactions to Claudia Conway's TikTok video

Claudia is getting support from all fronts. Many on Twitter have stated that Claudia's TikTok videos are depressing as it shows what she goes through every day. 
One user wrote, “This Claudia Conway compilation of her mom's verbal abuse is horrifying, but honestly the thing that made my brain pop was when Kellyanne claims here, with total sincerity, that "you can't get coronavirus from the president." Another Twitter user wrote “The stuff with Claudia Conway is deeply depressing. If you are a survivor of abuse, I highly recommend you not look at the videos currently circulating. That said, both of her parents should be investigated by the authorities for neglect and abuse. The stuff she recorded...”



 

 

 



 

 

Another social media user wrote, “Claudia Conway is posting videos to Tik Tok that appear to show her mom being abusive. Evidently, her parents do not live together but won't divorce because they're Catholic. Whatever. And whatever the story behind those videos, this kid needs help.”



 

 

Claudia has been very vocal about her political beliefs and has tweeted in the past to encourage her followers to vote for Joe Biden. While many on Twitter are grateful for her outspokenness, several pointed out that Kellyanne should not share White House information with her daughter. 

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