2x accused woman-beater for AGPhoto: Axios

911 Records Appear to Verify Woman’s Claim of Keith Ellison Domestic Assault

A second domestic violence accuser says, ‘Ellison is a man on a quest for power and national prominence. A man with deep ties to some pretty scary people. I feared for my life.’

MINNEAPOLIS – A 911 log supports accusations from a second woman accusing Minnesota Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison of domestic violence. Over the weekend a woman named Karen Monahan accused Ellison, who is currently a candidate for Attorney General of Minnesota, of physical and verbal abuse. The allegations were posted on Twitter by Monahan, and also posted on Facebook by her son Austin Monahan, in a post that has now gone viral.

Monahan took to Twitter over the weekend in a series of tweets to support her son’s post about the assault. Following Monahan’s allegations, another woman by the name of Amy Alexander has also claimed that Ellison physically abused her in 2005. While the first woman, Monahan, has yet to provide evidence of the domestic assault, a newly unveiled document does support Alexander’s claim. In a 911 log, a caller’s name reporting domestic abuse has been redacted, but DANGEROUS verified under a records search that someone named Amy Alexander lived at the exact address in Minneapolis, 1403 Washington St NE, which is recorded on the 2005 911 call. The 911 log also reports, “Caller reporting she was assaulted by Ellison/Keith/Black Male/ 41/ Wearing Suit,” and that no EMS was needed on the scene.

Alexander is a Democrat activist who says she had an affair with Ellison that stemmed back to the early 1990s. In 2006, Alexander wrote an article headlined, “Coming Out Of The Dark: Breaking The Silence About The Anointed Candidate,” published in the Wright County Republican. In the article, Alexander says her affair with Ellison began in 1993, while he was still married to Kim Ellison. Alexander said her relationship with Ellison went downhill, which prompted her to move out of state. According to Alexander, her on-and-off relationship with Ellison continued through 2004 but quickly ended in May 2005, when she claims Ellison arrived at her house uninvited and assaulted her, causing her to call 911 and report the domestic assault.

Ellison and Monahan

“In May, Keith wanted to try and quiet me so he came to my home uninvited,” Alexander wrote. “We had words. His anger kicked in. He berated me. He grabbed me and pushed me out of the way. I was terrified. I called the police. As he fled he broke my screen door. I have never been so scared.” When Monahan’s claims of assault surfaced over the weekend, Ellison denied the assault on Sunday, but confirmed that he did have a relationship with her. On Saturday Monahan’s son wrote on Facebook that his mom had, “come out of pure hell after getting out of her relationship” with Ellison. Austin Monahan also claimed that in mid-2017 he discovered a video and dozens of text and Twitter messages between his mother and Ellison that he claims show the Minnesota lawmaker physically and verbally abusing his mother.

Ellison denied the existence of the video on Sunday. “Karen and I were in a long-term relationship which ended in 2016, and I still care deeply for her well-being,” Ellison said in a statement to CBS Minnesota. “I never behaved this way, and any characterization otherwise is false.”

While Ellison denied Monahan’s claims, the newly obtained 911 record documents a domestic assault call made by someone at Alexander’s residence in 2005 and suggests Ellison may have, in fact, “behaved this way,” before. It also raises suspicions that even more women may come forward with claims of domestic assault at the hands of Rep. Ellison.

According to Alexander’s story, Ellison took out a restraining order against her one month after the alleged domestic assault. In September 2006, over one year later, Alexander says she filed a petition for a restraining order against Ellison after she said she felt like Ellison’s attorney was harassing her. “It was the harassment from Ellison’s attorney that caused my fear to reignite,” Alexander wrote. “Ellison is a man on a quest for power and national prominence; A man with deep ties to some pretty scary people. I feared for my life and for the safety of my daughter.”

Ellison has served as the representative for Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District since 2007, and has been the Deputy Chair of the Democrat National Committee since 2017. He was also the first Muslim to be elected to Congress and is a boisterous supporter of the Left-wing domestic terrorism outfit known as antifa. Earlier this year, Ellison announced he would not be seeking re-election to Congress and instead would campaign to become Minnesota’s next Attorney General. Although he is running to be the state’s top lawyer, Ellison does not have an active attorney’s license. The Minnesota Primary is today, August 14.

*An earlier version of this article appeared at LauraLoomer.us and has been republished here with permission.

Laura Loomer is a conservative investigative journalist and activist who began her career working as an undercover journalist for Project Veritas. She covers politics, anti-Semitism, immigration, terrorism, the Islamification of the West, and voter fraud. She tweets @LauraLoomer.

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