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Saturday, 27 February 2021

EXCLUSIVE: 'It's pretty down there, isn't it?' Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones taunts his ex-wife by buzzing her home in a helicopter after judge ordered him to stay away in bitter custody battle

 Infowars boss Alex Jones buzzed his ex-wife's house with a helicopter after being told by a judge to stay away from her home.

The conspiracy theorist, 47, was filmed flying the chopper over former wife Kelly's home in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday.

In the video, exclusively obtained  the couple's 12-year-old daughter is briefly seen waving before rushing over to her mother and screaming: 'It's scary Mom. It's scary!'


Kelly, meanwhile, is heard saying: 'Oh my gosh! You've got to be kidding me. So close and he's circling our house. I can't… I mean…'

Jones filmed a video of his flight, in which he can be heard laughing, pointing to Kelly standing outside the property and telling the pilot he had done a good job.

He also commented on the view, telling the pilot: 'It's pretty down there, isn't it? Look how pretty that creek is.'

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Alex Jones and his ex-wife Kelly have been battling it out over custody of their three children since 2015 when they split following a 13-year marriage
Kelly, 51, and Jones have been battling it out over custody of their three children since 2015 when they split following a 13-year marriage

Alex Jones and his ex-wife Kelly have been battling it out over custody of their three children since 2015 when they split following a 13-year marriage

Alex flew a helicopter over Kelly's home in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday after a judge ordered him to stay away

Alex flew a helicopter over Kelly's home in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday after a judge ordered him to stay away

Kelly recorded the ordeal from down below and is heard saying:' Oh my gosh! You've got to be kidding me. So close and he's circling our house'
Kelly recorded the ordeal from down below and is heard saying:' Oh my gosh! You've got to be kidding me. So close and he's circling our house'

Kelly recorded the ordeal from down below and is heard saying:' Oh my gosh! You've got to be kidding me. So close and he's circling our house'

DailyMail.com has reached out to Jones for comment.

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com about the incident, Kelly said: 'I never wanted to go public and I regret that I have to do this.

'But the helicopter is outrageous. A grown man flying a chopper over a house after his child has told him she loves him but isn't ready to see him – why can't the court see this is not ok?

Speaking to DailyMail.com about the incident, Kelly (pictured with her three kids) said: 'I never wanted to go public and I regret that I have to do this. The helicopter is outrageous'

Speaking to DailyMail.com about the incident, Kelly (pictured with her three kids) said: 'I never wanted to go public and I regret that I have to do this. The helicopter is outrageous'

'It's as clear as that big chopper in the sky.'

Kelly, 51, and Jones have been battling it out over custody of their three children since 2015 when they split following a 13-year marriage.

Their oldest child, Rex, is now 19 but their two daughters, aged 16 and 12, are subject to a shared custody order.

Both girls lived with Jones and his new wife Erika until last August when Kelly got custody of their youngest child.

Court-imposed rules include Jones not being present during handovers, staying away from Kelly's home and only communicating via a court-supervised app – although Kelly claims he has violated all three.

The mom-of-three had previously applied for an emergency custody order after Jones was caught driving while intoxicated in March 2020.

He claimed he was not 'legally drunk', had consumed a 'small amount of sake rice wine' at a Japanese restaurant and was 'caught in a Travis County dragnet'.

But a police affidavit said he had actually consumed a bottle of sake, was 'glassy eyed' and had become involved in an altercation with Erika who had earlier called the cops to report a 'family disturbance' at their home.

On that occasion, Jones was merely ordered not to drink around his kids but the youngest has since moved in with Kelly after the Infowars host agreed she should be allowed to choose which parent to live with.

Kelly says her youngest child has a complicated relationship with her father, telling DailyMail.com that she loves him but finds him challenging.

Her mother says she has complained about him sending her news articles that claim Covid-19 is a hoax as well as antivaxx propaganda – the child has asked to be given a vaccine once they are available for her age group.

Jones has been making outlandish claims about the pandemic since it took hold and was banned last April from hawking bogus Covid cures, most based on colloidal silver.

Jones filmed a video of his flight and can be heard laughing, pointing to Kelly standing outside the property and telling the pilot he had done a good job

Jones filmed a video of his flight and can be heard laughing, pointing to Kelly standing outside the property and telling the pilot he had done a good job

'It's pretty down there, isn't it? Look how pretty that creek is,' Jones can be heard saying

'It's pretty down there, isn't it? Look how pretty that creek is,' Jones can be heard saying 

The pilot can be seen flying the helicopter over Kelly's Texas home while Jones is heard laughing and enjoying the ordeal

The pilot can be seen flying the helicopter over Kelly's Texas home while Jones is heard laughing and enjoying the ordeal 

The FDA has said colloidal silver has no known health benefits but can cause some serious side-effects, including argyria – a condition that turns the skin silver-blue permanently.

Since being forced to accept that Covid-19 is real, Jones has gone on to be a dedicated anti-masker, regularly appearing maskless at rallies and crediting his homemade supplements with his avoidance of the illness so far.

When Donald Trump fell ill with Covid-19 in October, Jones claimed the treatments being used at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington DC were meant to kill him, adding in a rant on his Infowars show:

'President Trump is being given very dangerous experimental drugs that no one has ever been given together

'President Trump is in grave danger. Evidence is mounting he's being deliberately killed at Walter Reed Military Hospital.'

The conspiracy theorist has also been openly dismissive of the US vaccine program, subscribing to the theory that the jabs are part of a Bill Gates sponsored plot to give the population HIV.

Speaking on the Howard Stern Show on December 17, he ranted: 'This is normalized mass extermination, a bio attack on humanity … before the day of our Lord's birth in the name of the satanic pedophile globalist new world order.

'They want forced inoculation of the Gates vaccination which has the HIV delivery system gene coding – it has HIV in it!'

Kelly told DailyMail.com that her daughter wants to have the Covid-19 inoculation and will be given her shot as soon as it is available.

She says Jones' chopper-flying antics are just the latest in a series of incidents, among them showing up at handovers after being banned and keeping his 12-year-old away from his four-year-old daughter with Erika.

Kelly says she is also concerned by his blasé attitude to Covid and says her daughter is frightened of catching the virus from Jones and his friends.

She said: 'The court has done nothing about Alex going without a mask and being surrounded by large crowds of unmasked people during a global pandemic.

'My child doesn't want to risk being exposed to Covid. Why should she be endangered by his choices?' 

Kelly says she has been worried further after the FBI announced they are investigating Jones over his role in the January 6 Capitol Hill riot. Jones is seen at the riot

'A grown man flying a chopper over a house after his child has told him she loves him but isn't ready to see him – why can't the court see this is not ok?' Kelly said. Their oldest child, Rex, is now 19 but their two daughters, aged 16 and 12, are subject to a shared custody order

'A grown man flying a chopper over a house after his child has told him she loves him but isn't ready to see him – why can't the court see this is not ok?' Kelly said. Their oldest child, Rex, is now 19 but their two daughters, aged 16 and 12, are subject to a shared custody order

Kelly says she has been worried further after the FBI announced they are investigating Jones over his role in the January 6 Capitol Hill riot.

Jones is thought to have helped facilitate donations to fund the event which ended in the crowd barging into the Senate chamber. Six people, including two cops, died as a result.

His attorney Norm Pattis later told CNN that Jones had been there but 'deplored the violence that took place.'

He said: 'Like many Americans, Mr. Jones peacefully assembled to register his concerns about the 2020 election

'He deplores the violence that took place.'

Jones and Kelly are scheduled to have another court hearing early next week. Jones is asking the court to cancel his child maintenance payments and to have Kelly cover his legal fees.

She says she cannot afford to pay the fees and is entitled to the support payments. She also claims Jones has limited contact with his daughter and failed to speak to her on Christmas day or buy her a present.

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