Just when you thought things couldn’t possibly get any worse for InfoWars host Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist’s ex-wife has now broken her silence following this week’s brutal defamation trial against Jones by the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre — where we saw Jones brutally humiliated in the courtroom multiple times, and ultimately ordered to pay out a whopping $44.3 million in collective damages to just one Sandy Hook family.
The ultra Right-wing radio show host was already previously found guilty of defaming the victims and families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting after he used his massive platform to spread heinous and dangerous lies about the legitimacy of the massacre. This week’s brutal trial only served to determine the amount of financial damages that Jones would be responsible for.
Following the brutal trial, Jones’ own ex-wife has spoken with Inside Edition and she’s offering up the dirt on her former husband.
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“I know that he’s hidden money,” Kelly Jones told the publication. “I think he’s got a lot of buckets under a lot of shelves.”
Kelly also touched on the hot topic of Alex’s own attorney making a massive mistake and sending Jones’ cell phone and email data to the opposing legal team. This screw-up is already shaping up to show a significant impact with regard to the January 6th House Select Committee’s investigation into the Capitol attack, as well. Jones’ attorney, Mark Bankston, who was responsible for the mistake, has already confirmed that he intends to fully cooperate with efforts from the House Select Committee as well as the US Department of Justice to obtain the communications data as evidence in their investigation into the J6 attack.
Kelly herself is currently seeking information that could help her in her ongoing custody battle against Jones and recently personally reached out to the J6 Committee to offer them “relevant insider info” on her ex-husband.
“I think we definitely saw him getting caught committing aggravated perjury,” Kelly told the publication, hot on the heels of this week’s trial. “I think you saw somebody really having a what we call in Texas a ‘Come to Jesus moment,’ or whatever you want to call it and I think that the cat’s out of the bag, and a lot of people are gonna be interested in that information.”
Watch the bombshell interview right here:
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