Former Counselor to 45th President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, is once again under fire on social media for allegedly posting a topless photo of her teenage daughter, Claudia Conway, on Twitter’s Fleet feature, similar to Instagram’s Story feature. The Fleet in question has since been deleted but not before social media saw it and informed Claudia, who took to TikTok to post her reaction, before deleting the TikTok videos.
The issue comes just days after 16-year-old Claudia shared some recordings on TikTok that appear to show verbal, emotional, and physical abuse from her mother. “You’re never gonna record another fucking thing in your life. It’s going for forensic analysis,” says a woman in a TikTok video dated January 20, adding that Claudia is an “ungrateful bitch”. Claudia also writes in the video 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 does not know what will happen now after she recorded her mother lashing out at her.
Claudia also took to TikTok to say that she will release videos that “are hours and hours and hours-long” showing her mother hurling abuses at her.
Conway’s allegedly deleted Fleet was noticed by people on social media, some of whom were able to take a screengrab of the Fleet and tweet out the image before deleting it. Conway’s Fleet video was reported to Claudia, who first posted two reaction videos. These TikTok videos are still available.
She then followed them with two other TikTok videos. In the first deleted video, Claudia says that the picture her mother posted was from months ago and she assumes that Kellyanne got access to the photo when she took Claudia’s phone. She believes that either her mother posted it accidentally or that somebody hacked her, but Claudia is certain that no one else would have access to the photo in question.
In the second deleted video, Claudia says, “I’m shaking…I don’t know what to do.” She reiterates that no one else would have the photo in question and that she assumes her mother took the photo to use against her someday and someone hacked her mother’s phone. She says, “There’s no physical, possible way that anybody would have that photo of me.” She goes on to say, “I’m literally at a loss for words,” asking those who see the photo to report it while she wipes away tears. She then says that her mother “deserves to go to jail”.