Saturday, March 6, 2021

Geo. Floyd Killer Cop Derek Chauvin’s Divorce Complete | Ex-wife Still Scared of Him

Kellie & derek chauvin
Kellie Chauvin – Derek Chauvin

*According to redacted court documents made public this week, a Minnesota judge has approved a divorce settlement between the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd and the former officer’s wife.

The divorce of Derek Chauvin and Kellie Chauvin was finally granted on Tuesday, just months after Washington County District Judge Juanita Freeman rejected a prior agreement that transferred most of the couple’s assets to Chauvin’s wife. The judge explained at the time that the transfer of most assets to one party could be a “badge of fraud,” CBS news site notes.

In a report by TMZ, Kellie, revealed this week that she’s been unable to work since last May due to “safety concerns” … but she doesn’t specify what her concerns are. In the docs obtained by the news site, Kellie also says it’s unclear when she will be able to return to work full time, and she doesn’t even know what kind of work she could find. As it was previously reported, she filed for divorce just days after Chauvin was charged with murder and manslaughter in Floyd’s death, she mentioned the need for safety and privacy for her family.

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  1. Hmmm. The title of this article says his wife is afraid of Chauvin. It is a detail unsupported in the body of the article, and this is the first article to make this assertion. Yes Mrs Chauvin’s lawyer said she was changing her name – due to death threats. But all other reporting suggests those threats were from third parties. Mrs Chauvin had two previous surnames, her maiden name and her surname under her first marriage. Her husband’s partner, Tou Thao, is from the same ethnic group, and, coincidentally, one of her former surnames was Thao. Some early bad reporting asserted Chauvin’s partner was his brother-in-law, and implied this triggered those threats against Mrs Chauvin. Kimmy Yam, a reporter for NBC, attributed the death threats to “Asian Incels”, who resented Mrs Chauvin marrying a white guy, when Asian men couldn’t get a date.


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