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Richard Spencer accused of abuse by Mrs Nina Koupriianova in divorce

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The White Nationalist Richard Spencer’s wife Nina Koupriianova accused him of physically, emotionally and verbally abusing her during their eight-year marriage according to documents and exhibitions filed in court as part of their divorce.

Koupriianova said that the abuse, which she documented in the form of transcribed conversations, emails, photographs and even a chat with the national household accident, continued throughout her eight-year marriage and included incidents that occurred while she was pregnant.

“Incidents of physical abuse include being beaten, seized, pulled by hair, held down in a manner that causes bruising and prevented from calling for help,” Koupriianova alleged in a court case filed in the case of Flathead County, Mont. says she had been “reluctant to call a police officer or seek protection from fear of further reprisals” by Spencer. “Much of the abuse has occurred in the presence of the child’s children.”

Spencer is perhaps the most prominent white nationalist from the crop of racist extremists who came to the public’s view during the 2016 election and events like the White-Supremacist rally in Charlottesville in 2017. Often quickly returning to reporters’ phone calls or emails , Spencer has been easily covered by the media as the public face of the loose collection of political ideologies that deal with racism, sexism, anti-semitism and race purity, which is the so-called all-right.

Koupriianova’s claims, first reported by BuzzFeed, paint another portrait of Spencer.

The couple was married in 2010; The first incidence of abuse occurred in 2011 when he “dragged her out of bed with my arms, legs and hair, hit me down the stairs and threw me on the couch”, resulting in bruising, according to an exhibition listing all mistakes she reported to the court.

In 2012 he hit the head in the floor while she lay down on the ground, she wrote. In 2014, when she was four months pregnant with her first child, he attacked her by coming over her and shut her neck, she wrote in the exhibition.

“In the next few days, on arrival at Canada, my mother noticed bruising on my jaw, chest and leg,” wrote Koupriianova. Images that she said were from the event are attached to the court application, although the images they were distributed to journalists by the court were of low quality and difficult to arrive. She also included an email exchange in July 2014 with Spencer as she said occurred after the event.

“To be honest, I’m not ready to talk to you after what you’ve done. My jaw is blown,” she wrote.

“I understand,” Spencer wrote back according to the exhibition. “I’m sorry, and I feel terrible.”

“He often entered” Mr. Hyde “in the evenings and had trouble dealing with physical intimacy, including hugs,” wrote Koupriianova about Spencer.

Spencer and Koupriianova have two young children together.

By Koupriianova’s claims, Spencer said in a statement that “I contest many of her claims.”

“More importantly, none of the allegations of” addiction “has anything to do with my children,” he wrote. “My interactions with my children have just been healthy.” The petitioner’s behavior reveals that she simply wants to “score.” “

Eric Mills and Trevor Carlson, who are listed in recent court applications as Spencer attorneys in the war crimes, did not respond to a request for comments. Spencer did not respond to emails sent to him.

Koupriianova and Spencer have been separated since at least November 2016; According to the documents filed in the court, they have lived separately since July 2017.

In 2017, Spencer and Koupriianova flew pregnant with her second child for nine months and visited “without warning” in her residence and tried to hit her face, according to the Court’s exhibition. She was scheduled for a C-section two days later.

In February, Spencer grabbed her in the hair of a parking lot and then tried to attack her before he “pushed her mother into the wall as she tried to prevent him from attacking me anymore,” according to Koupriianova. Their 3 year old daughter looked at the door, said Koupriianova.

“I tried to record this incident with my smartphone, sitting on the dining table for my own protection,” she wrote. “At this time both Mr. [Spencer] and his mother confiscated the phone so I could not call the police. They continued to force me to delete the recording, took our daughter … with them.”

She also wrote about long-term attempts to bully, insult and subdue her – “from adult temperament raw materials to make her way to violent races.” She included many transcript of smartphone recordings to strengthen those statements.

In one, after the split, Spencer tries to ask her to answer the question if she believes her parents will attend her funeral. In others, she tells her that she has “like no soul,” and that she is “an ugly, cruel, just terrible person”.

“You always talk,” I want to jump off the bridge. “What are you waiting for?” He asks.

In another transcript, she accuses her of being “leech” and appears to threaten her job to work for her mother “may not last”.

In addition to chatting with the National Hotline Hotline, the Koupriianova exhibits were filed with a doctor’s letter from a women’s health clinic in Whitefish, Mont., Who noted that Koupriianova “repeatedly expressed concern for her safety and well-being”.

One of Spencer’s favorite statements was that “The only language women understand is violence,” wrote Koupriianova.

Koupriianova, through his lawyer, declined to comment on Tuesday.

Spencer told the Associated Press on Tuesday that he was not an “addictive person” and that his wife was “never in a dangerous situation.”

In affidavit, he said that Koupriianova advented his relationship with his children.

She “has decided to prevent me from having a relationship with my children without any justification,” Spencer said. “Our marital relationship is clearly strained, resulting in this ongoing divorce. My relationship with my children, on the other hand, has been completely pleasing and fulfilling. “

In another legal document, Koupriianova also claims that Spencer” has noticed increased alcohol consumption in recent years, which contributes to his aggressive and irregular behavior and reduces his impulse control.

Spencer said that he drank alcohol at times but said he had no chemical dependencies.

Both Spencer and Koupriianova’s lawyers tried to seal the filing, but a referee was displeased with his movements.

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