Ted Cruz’s daughter is fine after police called family home – Hollywood Life +2023

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The Houston police and fire department were dispatched to the Texas Senator Ted Cruzs home on the evening of December 6th. Officers were responding to a call about a 14-year-old with “self-inflicted stab wounds” to his arms, the Houston Police Department confirmed to an ABC affiliate KTRK. However, police did not reveal the identity of the teenager who was taken to the hospital and did not confirm if she was a member of the Cruz family.

Ted lives in the house with his wife, Heidi Cruzand her daughters Caroline Cruz14 and Catherine Cruz, 11. “This is a family matter and fortunately your daughter is doing well,” said a representative for the senator. “There were no serious injuries. The family asks the media to respect their privacy at this time.” Furthermore, the family went no further in their public message.

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Ted Cruz with his wife Heidi. (Darron Cummings/AP/Shutterstock)

Ted has been a US Senator from Texas since 2013. He also ran against it donald trump to become the Republican candidate in the 2016 election. Ted and Heidi married in 2001 after meeting while the politician was working George W. Bush’s 2000 presidential campaign. Their daughters were born in 2008 and 2011.

Twitter was inundated with news about Ted Cruz’s family situation in the wake of the December 6 police crisis. Many of those who do not support the senator politically reminded their supporters that this is a very sensitive matter affecting a minor. “His underage children should be taboo. period”, a person wrote. “You didn’t choose this life. Talking about them or using them for political points is insta-blocking someone else pointed out“People have a choice about whether or not to make Ted Cruz their senator, but children don’t have a choice with fathers, so regardless of your personal feelings, you should be sympathetic to his daughter.”

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