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Alex Jones’ Ex-Wife Seeks Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer in Custody Battle

Kelly Jones wants Michael Avenatti or Gloria Allred to help her in legal battle against conspiracy theorist ex-husband

Kelly Jones, the ex-wife of “Info Wars” host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, said that she hopes to recruit the help of Michael Avenatti in a months-long custody battle with her former husband over their three children.

In an interview with Newsweek, Jones said she wants to work with either Avenatti or women’s rights lawyer Gloria Allred as she attempts to take sole managing conservatorship of her two young daughters and teenage son, ages 9, 12, and 14. Avenatti is famous for representing the former adult film star Stormy Daniels in court during her legal dispute with President Donald Trump.

Jones repeatedly referred to her ex-husband as a “vengeful narcissist” and added that his recent behavior has been “irresponsible and endangering” to her and her children, including Jones’ recent run-in with Senator Bernie Sanders at the Los Angeles International Airport, where, she said, he harassed the politician and followed him around.

Jones accused the U.S. government of being involved in 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombings and faking the moon landing. He has also said that the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax. He made several strange claims throughout the custody battle with his wife, including that he had sex with 150 women by the time he turned 16.

Kelly Jones filed for divorce from Alex Jones in 2013 and has been involved in a long-running custody battle to see her three children. She told Newsweek that her ex-husband is not acting in his role on “Info Wars” and that he believes all of his theories.

“There is no ‘We’re gonna turn off the camera and live our lives.’ It’s him, you can see that from his participation in broadcasting the LAX event,” she said.