KELLYANNE Conway apparently accused her daughter Claudia of being an "addict" and told cops "she may not make it" after her alleged nude photo leak.
The teenager was on FaceTime with Youtuber Tana Mongeau for 20 minutes, who was streaming the conversation on Instagram Live, when the cops appeared to turn up at the Conway's home.
In the clip, a woman, who Mongeau claims to be Kellyanne, appears to tell cops "just take her away, she's an addict."
As the conversation continues a girl, that sounds like Claudia, is heard asking what she is "addicted to," to which the woman repeatedly mentions how much she uses her phone.
Claudia then fumes at the woman: "You can't compare this to alcoholism."
The woman appears to be concerned, telling Claudia "you were suicidal," before claiming "you were in the psychiatric unit three times, you were arrested for assaulting me."
The pair continue to argue about the alleged nudes of 16-year-old Claudia that were leaked on Twitter.
On Monday, the teenager posted a since-deleted TikTok video where she claimed that her mom posted a photograph of her naked.
However, Claudia has now retracted her claims and said that she thinks her mom was hacked.
"You went right to TikTok," the woman said in the Instagram Live video.
"See you have an addiction, you need to break this addiction, you need to go somewhere that they help girls like you" before insinuating that the app has "ruined your life."
The woman then tells the cop: "I don't think she's going to make it this time, she needs serious evaluation."
In a video published on Tuesday morning, Claudia confirms that she believes her mother was hacked and said she "regrets" her previous comments.
"I have faith and I know that my mother would never put something like that on the internet," Claudia said.
"I do believe she was hacked," she said in the third of a series of TikTok videos released on Tuesday, that she said she was not forced to make.
The teenager also confirmed that she would be "taking a break" from social media to work on her relationship with her mom, after days of posting videos on the platform.
Claudia's dad, George Conway, posted the footage on Twitter with the caption: "Our daughter Claudia asked me to tweet this statement for her."
The Sun has contacted Kellyanne Conway and The Lincoln Project for comment, but has not yet heard back.
Alpine, New Jersey, police confirmed that an investigation into the family is underway.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.
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