One of Donald Trump’s most senior former advisors is reportedly under investigation after allegedly sharing a photo of her topless teenage daughter on Twitter.
Kellyanne Conway, a former Senior Counselor to the President during the Trump administration, was visited by police at her New Jersey home on Tuesday, The New York Post reported.
Ms Conway made no comment to CNBC when asked about the visit.
It’s not known why police visited the home but Alpine Police Chief Christopher Belcolle confirmed an investigation is underway.
He also noted additional information about the investigation can’t be released stating records involving minors can’t be made public.
The police visit comes after Ms Conway’s daughter Claudia, 16, took to TikTok claiming her mum shared a topless photo of her on Twitter Fleets, which are deleted after 24 hours.
In the TikTok video, she warned her mum she was going to jail but the video has since been removed and Claudia said she regretted posting it.
The teen now believes hackers could be behind the leaking of her photo and stated in a video: “I know that my mum would never ever post anything to hurt me like that intentionally”.
“I do believe she was hacked,” she said.
She added she now plans to stay off social media to work on her relationship with her mum.
It comes after Claudia accused her mum of abusing her in a series of TikTok videos last week.
The claims of abuse have never been substantiated though.
Ms Conway resigned from her role in August last year stating she wanted to spend more time with her family.
“For now, and for my beloved children, it will be less drama, more mama,” she said.
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