Police called to Kim Foxx’s Flossmoor home for domestic incident, report shows

Police called to Kim Foxx’s Flossmoor home for domestic incident, report shows

FLOSSMOOR, In poor health. (TOC) — A police report obtained by CWBChicago and different media retailers via a Freedom of Data Act requests reveals police responded to Prepare dinner County State’s Legal professional Kim Foxx’s residence in Flossmoor final weekend.

Foxx and her husband are asking for privateness, and calling final weekend’s incident a “private household matter.”

Foxx’s husband Kelley Foxx has been by her facet at varied public appearances nevertheless it was a unique scene final Saturday evening.

In accordance with the police report, Kelley Foxx dialed 911 to report a home incident along with his spouse, telling responding officers she grew to become indignant with him about one thing that was posted on Fb that he did.

Kelley instructed police when he refused his spouse’s demand to depart the home, the confrontation escalated. He stated Kim blocked him from leaving a toilet, grabbed his collar, and later slapped him within the face.

The report says Kim corroborated a part of her husband’s account however denied slapping him, telling an officer she did put her arms on him however solely to information him out of the home.

Kim instructed an officer she thought her husband referred to as police simply to harm her.

The report says officers discovered no purpose to make any arrests.

Friday evening the couple issued a press release saying, “This can be a private household matter, and we ask that you simply present our household with respect and privateness.”

The couple instructed officers they have been collectively for greater than 20 years, and based on the police report, that is the primary time Flossmoor police have responded to a home name on the residence.

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