Stephen Bannon, the new CEO of the Donald Trump presidential campaign who was recently the chairman of Breitbart News, was accused of physically attacking his wife. The New York Post has the scoop:

Stephen K. Bannon, the new CEO of the Trump campaign, grabbed his then-wife Mary Louise Piccard "by the throat and arm," and threatened "to take the girls and leave," referring to their twin daughters, according to a declaration she filed in their divorce case, which began in the mid-90s. "I took the phone to call the police and he grabbed the phone away from me throwing it across the room, and breaking it as he [was] screaming that I was a 'crazy f—ing c–t!" according to the document. Police responded to the New Year's Day, 1996, clash, and wrote up a report and took pictures of the victim's injuries, the document said. Bannon then got his lawyer on the case, who allegedly "threatened" Piccard and told her she "would have no money [and] no way to support the children" if the case went to trial.

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