Allegations of an extra-marital affair, seduction, and a wild showdown with a scorned wife are surfacing about Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and a former chef at the congresswoman’s now-shuttered restaurant, Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colorado.
Earlier this week, DailyMail.com ran an exclusive interview with Jennifer Martinez, 50, who claimed Boebert “seduced” her husband, chef Matt Archambault, into an “inappropriate relationship.”
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Archambault started working at the Shooter’s Grill in 2013, and according to Martinez, Boebert soon inserted herself into the couple’s already troubled marriage.
“She made it all about her,” Martinez told DailyMail.com. “She became enmeshed in our lives. It got to [the] point where he was more involved with her and her kids than he was with me and our son.”
“She’s a bad, bad woman,” Martinez insisted. “She made it so hard for me to get the help that I needed. She ruined my life. What happened with Lauren ruined everything. It just got so ugly.”
According to the New York Post, in 2018, Martinez was arrested after she was allegedly “busting into” Boebert’s mother’s Colorado home and began threatening her.
“Jennifer opened the door and walked into the living room yelling and started screaming, calling my mom out, using threatening words,” Boebert told police at the time. “[She] had no permission to be there, she just rammed through the door.”
“I want a restraining order,” Boebert stated.
Boebert had allegedly been exchanging a series of nasty text messages with Martinez when Boebert’s elderly mother, Shawna, sent Martinez a message on Facebook asking that the woman stop harassing her daughter.
“Both women called police on each other — but cops ultimately busted Martinez for harassment and trespassing and filed no charges against Boebert, according to the [police] report,” reported The Post.
Martinez had allegedly been engaged in some rather vengeful activities, according to the report. When speaking to a police officer, she admitted that, after finding Boebert’s driver’s license in a car the congresswoman sold to Archambault, she scrawled profanities on it.
“I hate her f–king guts,” Martinez allegedly said. “She did not need it, so I wrote that she is a demonic whore on it.”
On the back of the license, she reportedly wrote “Witch Jezebel.”
Police say Martinez claimed Boebert and her family texted that she was “the devil.” The politician, she insisted, caused a rift in her marriage.
“She is a little liar, she is a little manipulator,” Martinez told the cops. “Next thing you know, Matt wanted to leave me.”
“I don’t have the mentality or the health to deal with this,” Martinez told police, adding that she has PTSD. “I don’t have people to go to, I fear for my life.”
Since the 2018 scuffle, Boebert’s own marriage has hit the rocks.
Last month, Boebert announced that she and her husband of 18 years, Jayson Boebert, were divorcing citing “irreconcilable differences.”
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“It is with a heavy weight on my heart that I have filed for divorce from my husband. I am grateful for our years of marriage together and for our beautiful children, all of whom deserve privacy and love as we work through this process,” Boebert said in a statement announcing the split.
“I’ve always been faithful in my marriage, and I believe strongly in marriage, which makes this announcement that much more difficult,” she stated. “This is truly about irreconcilable differences.”
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