Alexandra Datig, the former fiancée and longtime radio producer for talk show host Larry Elder, said she has filed a formal police report with the Los Angeles Police Department alleging that she was subject to “several incidents of domestic abuse” while living with the GOP gubernatorial recall candidate.
Datig said she delivered the statement to LAPD Wednesday, where she said she was interviewed for two hours by detectives in the robbery and homicide division. POLITICO first reported last week that Datig said she broke off an 18-month engagement with Elder after he pulled a loaded gun from a nightstand during an argument in 2015.
She said that out of fear and intimidation, she didn’t file a police report at the time, but that she decided to make a formal report after hearing some of Elder’s public statements denying the gun incident and suggesting she fabricated the account.
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->@LarryElder‘s former fiancée “provided details of new incidents in her statement, including what she described as pressure from the talk show host to have an “open relationship” and “unwanted sexual activity,” which she said she rejected.” https://t.co/Oy6oTjcTZr
— Carla Marinucci (@cmarinucci) August 26, 2021
“The two argued about the terms of their breakup, with Datig insisting she be paid for her past work and to remove a tattoo, ‘Larry’s Girl,’ that she said he demanded she get.” https://t.co/285SBFlppb
— Charlie J. Johnson (@Charliemagne) August 20, 2021