Husband accuses Cook Co. State’s Attorney Kim Foxx of domestic abuse, cops called to home

(Video: CBS News)

It has been well-established that the soft-on-crime policies of progressive-run major cities have led to soaring rates of violent offenses. Now it appears that the inherent corruption is being personally utilized by Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx after her husband called the police on her.

On June 4, around 10:00 p.m., an officer with the Flossmoor Police Department was dispatched to the Foxx’s home after Kelley, the attorney’s husband of 20 years, dialed 911. Allegedly, an argument between the couple had escalated resulting in Kim slapping her husband across the face.

According to the police report obtained by Fox News, Kelley told the officer that his wife had “gotten physical” and that she “got mad about something that was posted on Facebook that he did.”

During the dispute, he went on to detail to the police that “Kimberly blocked him from leaving a bathroom” and at one point she prevented him from attempting to play a video game. “He tried to turn on the TV and Kimberly snatched the controller out of his hand and threw the controller,” the report detailed.

As the officer was recording Kelley’s statement, he noted that he overheard Kim utter, “all that is true.”

However, the officer also reported that he did not “observe any indicators to support his claim of being struck. There was no redness or swelling visible on his face.”

While their 19-year-old daughter was said to have been home at the time of the dispute she also could not corroborate her father’s story seeing as she stated she heard the disagreement “but could not tell what was going on and did not see anything.”

For her side of the story, Kim said she did have her hands on Kelley, but only to guide him out of the house, not to slap him. When the officer asked Kelley to explain the situation, he said, “she is being physically aggressive. He added that he just wanted it to stop.”

“She can’t come in my personal space and put her hands on me,” he added.

The Cook County top cop has demonstrated her disregard for the justice system on numerous occasions, including when her office dropped the charges against actor Jussie Smollett for his race hoax. Earlier this year she stated, “the system can be easily manipulated in furtherance of thinly veiled political agendas.”

A source at her office appeared to suggest to Fox News that that is precisely what is happening now as they explained, “We all knew about it right when it happened but we were waiting for the corruption to start. How would they make this go away? We’re always told we have to be held to a higher standard, she is our boss.”

The source added, “I’m born and raised here in Chicago, I think it’s going to go away. Like everything else. When the machine democrats get in trouble, they make it go away.”

The officer added on the report, “Neither Kimberly nor Kelley chose to leave the home for the evening,” and he went on to write, “I did not see any evidence to support an arrest in this incident.”

That said, The Chicago Sun-Times reported that in the case of any alleged domestic violence incident, Illinois domestic violence laws require a detailed report be sent to the State’s Attorney’s office. That requirement must be fulfilled even if no arrest is made and if neither the police nor the alleged victim seek to press charges.

A spokeswoman for Foxx informed the Sun-Times that the Flossmoor police had not submitted an incident report and noted “any conflicts would be referred to the Chief Ethics Officer who would make a recommendation based on the Rules of Professional Conduct.”

Body cameras were also on when officers arrived on scene, however the police are refusing to release the footage because of “privacy concerns,” as reported by CBS News.

Furthermore, James Roache, a chief investigator in Foxx’s office, resigned Thursday night and, according to sources who spoke with Fox News, the timing is suspect.

In a joint statement released to the public, the couple expressed, “This is a personal family matter, and we ask that you provide our family with respect and privacy.”

The police report also indicated, “Kimberly expressed that she felt Kelley called police only to hurt her.”


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