A Mormon "soft swinger" influencer admitted she "went ballistic" after she was arrested last month on domestic violence charges.
Taylor Frankie Paul threw metal chairs at her boyfriend, as seen in footage caught on police body cameras from the night of the arrest on February 17.
The New York Post obtained the footage and shows Paul, 28, “hammered”.
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The heavily redacted footage shows her claiming that partner Dakota Mortensen, 30, “threw me out in the garage” at her house in Utah.
Mortensen said “because she is attacking the crap out of me” and added that he was “a little bit scared for my life.”
She meanwhile said the situation with the man she had been dating for around six months had made her “so scared” that she “peed my pants”.
Paul claimed: “I pushed him. I hit him. He pushed me into the kids’ stuff, and then I went ballistic”.
She is due in court on April 14 after she was charged with a felony count of aggravated assault, two felony counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child, as well as misdemeanour counts of child abuse and criminal mischief.
In the footage, she stands outside her house and explains that: “I’m emotionally hurting.”
The influencer, who has four million followers on TikTok, is understood to have told police that, after she became drunk with friends, Mortensen refused to take her to a concert.
“I just want him out,” she said.
The footage also catches Mortensen seemingly worrying about what might happen next as well as the possibility of the news getting out.
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“What happens from here, though? I mean, does this go on-record?”
“Will her picture be plastered … like, on a website?”
The officer replied: “No, it’s not like she’s going to make the news by any means,” but added that she would likely have to go to court.
It is reported that she had also admitted to throwing a wooden play set and metal chairs at Mortensen, part of which hit her daughter Indy, 5.
Police records from the night note: “Multiple metal chairs and other household items on the floor.”
Paul was previously exposed for so-called "soft swinging” with her ex-husband which involves both partners in a couple agreeing to “do things” with other couples but not going all the way.
She’s admitted to actually “going all the way” with one person, leading to the divorce.
If you have been affected by issues of domestic violence or coercive control you can call Refuge's 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free. The number is 0808 2000 247.
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