Taylor Frankie Paul, an influencer who uses several social media sites, has been detained by the Herriman City Police Department on suspicion of committing domestic violence.
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On the social media network, Taylor Paul, a Mormon, has a sizable fan base. She received criticism for admitting to “swinging” a few months earlier. She was detained on February 19 for a count of domestic abuse while a kid was present, according to records from the Salt Lake City Police Department. The Paul family has since been accused of no wrongdoing, according to a statement from Herriman Police.
According to the Herriman Police Department, Taylor was detained by law enforcement on suspicion of domestic violence and other offences, including being in a child’s presence.
Further video evidence given to the cops seems to indicate that the child was hurt during the confrontation. They are also thinking of accusing the mother of reckless child abuse.
The government reassures the general public that Taylor Paul’s position as a social media influencer is unrelated to this matter or its resolution. It will not be made public who the victims of this incident were, what they said, or how they were feeling.
The District Attorney’s office will handle the case’s processing before sending it to the criminal justice system. Like every other American citizen, Taylor is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.
What transpired and who was involved in this circumstance are still mostly unknown, but Dexerto will continue to cover this story as more information becomes available.
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