Alex Jones, a very crafty man with his words, tried to explain closely the domestic violence that allegedly occurred during the holidays at their family home. In this case, however, it was not the man being the accuser. It was the other way around.
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So, what really happened?
We know that Jones’s wife was arrested. During the entire awkward and unpleasant process, Alex made sure to tell AP reporters that he loved his wife and believed this was a “mental health” issue, likely having to do with “new medication.”
And in fact, it was Alex who dialled 911 for help.
Here are some more details from the original report published by The Biz Pac Review.
“Erika Wulff Jones, 43, was arrested on Friday night at around 8:45 pm and charged with misdemeanour charges of assault and resisting arrest after she allegedly struck Jones on the head “over 20 times,” according to Travis County police reports obtained by the Daily Beast.
“It’s a private family matter that happened on Christmas Eve,” Jones told The Associated Press. “I love my wife and care about her and it appears to be some kind of medication imbalance.”
Mr. Jones had called 911 and told a dispatcher that his wife had struck him over the head multiple times and was “holding a polished club in her hand” and attempting to “hit him with it.”
“Jones later told police that “Erika had hit him with both closed fists and open hands on his head in front of their child,” the affidavit stated.
According to Jones, Erika had accused him of “cheating on her,” leading to a violent altercation as the duo bathed their child.
Erika allegedly struck Jones “over 20 times,” including once over the head with a bottle, “possibly shampoo,” causing the contents to get on his face and “cause burning to his eyes,” the report continued. “Jones stated that he tried to get away from her in the master bedroom, and she followed him with a stone ball trying to strike him.”
It was at this point, police wrote, that Jones was “in fear for his life.”
Police located a stone, weighing approximately five pounds, in the primary bedroom, “consistent” with the alleged weapon. Jones told police that she never hit him with the stone, but “threw it at his head, missing by inches.”
Erika Jones denied any threats and said there was no assault on her part, but police reported they smelled alcohol on her breath.