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Polish Gold Digger and wanna be Philanthopist Elisabeth Thieriot held on domestic violence charges

 
Hernand Mendez
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11/25/2012 01:49 AM
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Polish Gold Digger and wanna be Philanthopist Elisabeth Thieriot held on domestic violence charges
Socialite held on domestic violence charges.

The wife of Charles C. "Kip" Thieriot, a member of the family that published The Chronicle until it was sold to the Hearst Corp. two years ago, was arrested on misdemeanor domestic violence charges after allegedly attacking her husband Monday.

Elizabeth Thieriot, 53, was arrested Dec. 23 on the misdemeanor charge and appeared briefly in court in connection with the charge the following morning.

She was released on her own recognizance, and her next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 7.

The incident that led to her arrest apparently stemmed from the couple's separation and pending divorce. Charles Thieriot filed a petition to dissolve his marriage of less than a year in San Francisco Superior Court on Aug. 27, and got the court to issue a restraining order against Elizabeth Thieriot the same day.

When she went to the Pacific Heights house she formerly shared with her husband Monday afternoon, there was a confrontation and Charles Thieriot later told police that Elizabeth Thieriot had attacked him physically.

In an interview with The Chronicle, Elizabeth Thieriot said she had gone to the house to try to persuade her husband not to box her personal effects and have them removed.

"He was planning to leave them in the driveway," she said.

She said that her estranged husband had "charged" her almost immediately after opening his front door, and that she, not Charles, actually had been injured during the struggle. She said she suffered a torn ligament in her leg and numerous bruises as the couple grappled.

Elizabeth Thieriot said it was ironic that she had summoned the police officers who ultimately arrested her. She had called the Police Department on her cell phone while driving to her husband's house because she was afraid he might make a scene, she said.

"I had expected to be mistreated and, unfortunately, I was right," she said.

Charles Thieriot could not be reached for comment Friday.



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Re: Polish Gold Digger and wanna be Philanthopist Elisabeth Thieriot held on domestic violence charges
Socialite held on domestic violence charges.

The wife of Charles C. "Kip" Thieriot, a member of the family that published The Chronicle until it was sold to the Hearst Corp. two years ago, was arrested on misdemeanor domestic violence charges after allegedly attacking her husband Monday.

Elizabeth Thieriot, 53, was arrested Dec. 23 on the misdemeanor charge and appeared briefly in court in connection with the charge the following morning.

She was released on her own recognizance, and her next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 7.

The incident that led to her arrest apparently stemmed from the couple's separation and pending divorce. Charles Thieriot filed a petition to dissolve his marriage of less than a year in San Francisco Superior Court on Aug. 27, and got the court to issue a restraining order against Elizabeth Thieriot the same day.

When she went to the Pacific Heights house she formerly shared with her husband Monday afternoon, there was a confrontation and Charles Thieriot later told police that Elizabeth Thieriot had attacked him physically.

In an interview with The Chronicle, Elizabeth Thieriot said she had gone to the house to try to persuade her husband not to box her personal effects and have them removed.

"He was planning to leave them in the driveway," she said.

She said that her estranged husband had "charged" her almost immediately after opening his front door, and that she, not Charles, actually had been injured during the struggle. She said she suffered a torn ligament in her leg and numerous bruises as the couple grappled.

Elizabeth Thieriot said it was ironic that she had summoned the police officers who ultimately arrested her. She had called the Police Department on her cell phone while driving to her husband's house because she was afraid he might make a scene, she said.

"I had expected to be mistreated and, unfortunately, I was right," she said.

Charles Thieriot could not be reached for comment Friday.



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 Quoting: Hernand Mendez 2032630


I believe Mr Thieriot needs to calm a bit.

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