Former spokesperson and advisor to President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway is under fire after she allegedly leaked a nude photo of her underage daughter Claudia.

The rough relationship between Kellyanne and her 16-year-old daughter has been well documented through content uploaded to social media sites like TikTok and Twitter over the last few months with Claudia publically accusing her mother of being "physically, mentally, and emotionally abusive."

The nude photo of Claudia was reportedly posted as a "Fleet" from Kellyanne Conway's official Twitter account before it was quickly taken down. Of course, the internet is forever and Claudia Conway's followers were swift in making her aware of what was posted to her mother's Fleets.

What ensued was nothing short of a meltdown, and it all played out publicly for the internet to see live.

In a now-deleted TikTok video, Claudia Conway is heard saying "Apparently, that’s real and I guess happened." Conway told her followers that the picture was from "months ago" and told viewers that the only way her mother could have had the image in the first place was if she copied the photo to her own phone while having confiscated Claudia's.

During the dramatic video, Claudia is heard saying that her mother was "going to jail."

My mom deserves to go to jail. That’s unreal.

It didn't take long for social media to call for Kellyanne Conway to be prosecuted for sharing child pornography online.

Others pointed out the overall dysfunction of the Conway family, laying blame on all parties involved.

Some posted previous videos of Kellyanne and Claudia going at it online, calling each other names. At one point Kellyanne is even heard threatening to confiscate Claudia's phone.

Claudia has allegedly reached out to child protective services for help but claims that her parents are "too powerful" and that "nothing happens."

Twitter has confirmed to Variety that they are aware of the incident and are currently investigating. See the full story here.

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