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Boebert’s Husband’s Lewd Past Once Again Resurfaces Amid January 6th Speculations

Boebert’s Husband’s Lewd Past Once Again Resurfaces Amid January 6th Speculations

It’s not a secret that Rep. Lauren Boebert (Q-CO) is married to a man with a criminal record, but for obvious reasons, Boebert has never publicly acknowledged it because then it would also bring up the comparisons of her own rap sheet. But her husband, Jayson Steven Boebert, has complicated his wife’s political career recently after reports that the right-wing congresswoman failed to disclose Jayson’s highly-paid work in the natural gas industry while she was serving on the House Natural Resources Committee, which directly oversees regulation of that business.

Then there’s the January 2004 incident when Jayson Boebert was 24. He was arrested for exposing himself to two young women at a Colorado bowling alley. His future wife Lauren Roberts (as she was then known), who was 17 at the time, was also present and was told she was no longer welcome at the bowling alley. Jayson Boebert pled guilty to “public indecency and lewd exposure” after that incident and was sentenced to a mere four days in jail with a subsequent two years on probation.


A witness statement was written at the time by one of the two young women involved in the bowling alley incident, who still lives in Lauren Boebert’s congressional district. She wrote that after harassing a third person identified as Nora, Jayson Boebert told Coombs and another young woman that he had a tattoo on his penis.

According to the statement, “…we were standing at the snack bar, and (the other victim) came up and looked at my tattoo on my back, and she pulled down her sock and said, ‘look, my tattoo is fading,'” she wrote. “Then Jayson said ‘I have a tattoo on my dick.'” The witness states that she and her friend tried to ignore Boebert, but “Then Jayson came up behind us and pulled his penis out of his pants. His thumb was covering the head, and all I saw was the shaft. We turned away and went and told Larry.” That refers to Larry McCown, the owner of Fireside Lane in Rifle, Colorado, who called the sheriff’s department.

Not long after that incident, Jayson Boebert found himself in trouble with the law again after a domestic violence incident (which has already been widely publicized) involving Lauren before they were married. In February 2004, Jayson Boebert was arrested and charged with harassing and physically assaulting Lauren and was convicted on those charges in November. He “did unlawfully strike, shove or kick … and subjected her to physical contact,” a Garfield County court clerk spokesman told The New York Post in January of 2021. Lauren had her first child later that year; it is unclear whether she was pregnant at the time of the assault.

In 2021, as Lauren Boebert was sworn in as a member of the 117th Congress, Jayson Boebert stood shoulder to shoulder with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Rep. Boebert’s most recent financial disclosure forms suggest that Jayson stands to earn nearly $800,000 this year as a gas-drilling consultant for the firm Terra Energy. Those facts, and the apparent conflict of interest they represent, were not mentioned in Boebert’s earlier disclosures.

The January 6th Committee has also requested Boebert’s phone records along with several other Republican members of Congress to determine their communications from the weeks leading up to and including the day of the insurrection at the Capitol. It is possible Jayson Boebert will also be added to the list, as he was seen with his wife and her mother in Washington, DC, on January 5th during a tour Rep. Boebert gave of the Capitol.

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