'Get out': Cook Co. State's Attorney Kim Foxx husband 911 call during domestic incident released

Kim Foxx, Chicago: Cook County state's attorney accused of slapping husband

ByABC7 Chicago Digital Team WLS logo
Friday, June 17, 2022
'Don't touch me': Kim Foxx husband 911 call released
Kim Foxx's husband accused her of slapping him during a domestic incident earlier this month in Flossmoor.

FLOSSMOOR, Ill. (WLS) -- After a Freedom of Information Act request, the 911 call made by Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx's husband earlier this month has been released.

Police were called about a domestic incident at the couple's home in Flossmoor.

In the audio, you can hear Foxx's husband saying, "don't touch me," and Foxx saying "get out."

A police report also obtained through a FOIA request shows police responded to Foxx's home in Flossmoor earlier this month.

Foxx and her husband are asking for privacy, and calling the incident a "personal family matter."

Foxx's husband, Kelley Foxx, has been by her side at various public appearances, but it was a different scene the night of June 4.

SEE MORE: Police called to Kim Foxx's Flossmoor home for domestic incident, report shows

According to the police report, Kelley Foxx dialed 911 to report a domestic incident with his wife, telling responding officers she became angry with him about something that was posted on Facebook that he did.

Kelley told police when he refused his wife's demand to leave the house, the confrontation escalated. He said Kim blocked him from leaving a bathroom, grabbed his collar and later slapped him in the face.

The report said Kim corroborated part of her husband's account but denied slapping him, telling an officer she did put her hands on him but only to guide him out of the house.

Kim told an officer she thought her husband called police just to hurt her.

The report said officers found no reason to make any arrests.

Friday night the couple issued a statement saying, "This is a personal family matter, and we ask that you provide our family with respect and privacy."

The couple told officers they've been together for more than 20 years, and according to the police report, this is the first time Flossmoor police have responded to a domestic call at the home.