Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon's ex-wife accused him of making anti-Semitic remarks in a court filing from nearly a decade ago.

Mary Louise Piccard said Bannon did not want their children "going to school with Jews," according to the Associated Press.

"He said he doesn't like Jews and that he doesn't like the way they raise their kids to be 'whiny brats,'" Piccard said, as the AP first reported. A spokeswoman for Bannon reportedly denied that he ever made anti-Semitic remarks alleged by his ex-wife.

Before becoming the Trump campaign's CEO, Bannon was an executive at, which has supported Trump and the populist dogma that helped Trump rise within the GOP. Bannon has clashed with conservatives and Republicans of all stripes.