WIFE BEATER: Democrat Congressman Alan Grayson’s Wife Accuses Him Of Beating Her
48 hours without shoving a wife MT @AlanGrayson We'll Reach An Important Milestone Today
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) March 5, 2014
It’s ironic that Alan Grayson has accused the Republican Party of waging a “war on women” because it sounds as if he waged his own one man “war on women” against his wife.
A judge has granted a temporary protective injunction against U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, after his wife filed paperwork accusing the Orlando congressman of shoving and injuring her during an incident this weekend.
Lolita Grayson’s petition for the injunction, dated Monday, says her husband pushed her against a door, causing her to fall to the ground, during a confrontation Saturday at their home on Oak Park Road, near Windermere.
In a statement, Alan Grayson’s press secretary Lauren Doney wrote that the allegations “are absolutely false, completely unfounded, and clearly designed to vilify and harm Congressman Grayson.”
“Congressman Grayson firmly denies Ms. Grayson’s frivolous accusations,” the statement said.
The incident comes just less than two months after Lolita Grayson filed a divorce petition stating that their marriage of nearly 24 years was “irretrievably broken.”
Let’s face it; if there had been a betting pool on the member of Congress that was most likely to go all Bobby Brown on his wife, Alan Grayson would have probably been the first one to be chosen. He’s just a rotten, nasty, belligerent, vindictive human being with no redeeming characteristics other than a large wallet. So, a piece of work like Alan Grayson being elected to the House in the first place? That’s a surprise. Alan Grayson hitting his wife? Not exactly shocking.
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