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During a telephone interview from Florida where she now lives with the couple’s son, Shavies’ ex-wife said she exaggerated the abuse allegations because she was desperate to win custody of the child.But Christina Van Ness, a lawyer who represented her in the divorce, described her in an email as “100 percent truthful.” The Bay Area News Group is not naming the ex-wife because she identified herself in courts documents as an abuse victim.Shavies did not answer repeated requests for an interview.
The choice of punishment was physical punishment.” She also said Shavies’ family had asked her to speak with Gang after this news organization called the chief and Shavies about the abuse allegations.“Most police departments would say no.” Abuse allegations in the couple’s divorce include claims by the ex-wife that Shavies physically abused her by choking her, forcing her to orally copulate him, and pushing her out of a moving vehicle.“I know I look like an idiot for marrying him,” his ex-wife told Sheriff’s investigators in late 2014.Court records also show Shavies’ now ex-wife accused him of physical abuse and of beating his sons with belts.
In one instance, she wrote that he came home from work and flew into a rage because the couple’s son refused to put on his pajamas and go to bed.
After a reporter questioned the chief about the further indiscretions and abuse allegations revealed in Shavies’ divorce file, Gang responded via email that he spoke with Shavies’ ex-wife and was satisfied with her exaggeration claims and continued to support Shavies.