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Boebert Angrily Refutes Process Server's Account Of Delivering Divorce Papers To Her Husband

The MAGA Rep. announced she's filed for divorce from her husband of nearly 20 years, Jayson—but she didn't like an account of his 'angry' reaction to the news.

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Colorado Republican Representative Lauren Boebert defended her estranged husband amidst their ongoing divorce proceedings, countering recent reports that portrayed him in a negative light.

The initial report by The Daily Beast suggested Jayson, Boebert's husband, was visibly upset upon receiving the divorce papers. According to the process server, he was allegedly seen cleaning a firearm while enjoying a glass of beer.

In response to these claims, Boebert shared a statement on Wednesday expressing her support for her husband and refuting the accusations made against him. She emphasized that Jayson, with whom she had spent a significant portion of her life, had not signed up for public scrutiny nor consented to "false" allegations or "slanderous stories."

In an effort to further defend her husband's character, Boebert referred to home security footage that contradicted the assertion that Jayson had released dogs on the process server.

Boebert said:

"Our own home security footage shows he didn't 'sick dogs' on the process server. The dogs were outside when the server pulled up, they never showed aggression toward him, nor did he appear afraid of them."
"Our divorce is a private matter, but the misrepresentations must be addressed. Jayson deserves his privacy, not slanderous stories."

You can see her tweet below.

On April 25, a legal filing was submitted to terminate the marriage between the Boeberts, who have four sons.

Details obtained by The Daily Beast include an affidavit of service that sheds light on Jayson Boebert's reaction to the court proceedings. According to the affidavit, he appeared to be caught off guard and responded with an outburst of expletives, chasing away the process server.

Furthermore, it stated he unleashed his dogs upon being served with the divorce papers.

The process server recounted the encounter, stating:

"Once he became aware that he was being served with Dissolution of Marriage papers, he displayed intense anger."

The server attempted to hand him the documents, but they were refused.

Instead, Jayson Boebert unleashed a barrage of profanities, accused the server of trespassing, and threatened to contact the sheriff's office. In the end, the server left the documents on a chair outside the door, after which Jayson Boebert promptly closed the door and set the dogs free.

Boebert's attempt to refute the process server's account exposed her and her husband to online criticism.

Throughout their relationship, both Jayson and Boebert have had encounters with law enforcement.

In 2004, Jayson was arrested and subsequently pleaded guilty to the charge of exposing his genitals to two women at a bowling alley. It is worth noting Boebert—who was then 17-year-old Lauren Opal Roberts—was also present at the bowling alley as were other underage children.

During the same year, both Jayson and Boebert faced separate arrests related to incidents of alleged mutual abuse. In February, 2004 Jayson was arrested on a charge of domestic violence, while in May 2004 Boebert faced charges of third-degree assault, criminal mischief and underage drinking.