Who is Kelly Rebecca Nichols?
Kelly Rebecca Nichols was born in Travis County, Texas USA, on 2 July 1968 – her zodiac sign is Cancer and she holds American nationality. She is an animal activist, but who might be known best as the ex-wife of Alex Jones, a famous American radio show host and conspiracy theorist.
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Early life and education
Kelly was raised in Travis County alongside her brother James Edmund and sister Jill Elizabeth by their parents Edmund Lowe Nichols and Sandra Kay Heiligman – it is believed that both their parents were involved in the real estate business.
Kelly has been a lover of animals since a very early age and her parents bought her her first dog when she was six years old. She attended a local high school at which she was focused on her studies, but wasn’t physically active and so was a bit overweight, and while some believe that Kelly didn’t enroll at a college after matriculation in 1986, others claim that she obtained her degree in 1990.
Kelly has been working as an animal activist for around 30 years now, and she became the head of public relations and media operations of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) very early in her career.
For the job, she had to move to Norfolk in Virginia.
Kelly is known for being a bit extreme when it comes to proving her point, as she once came to the New York City’s Four Seasons Restaurant and put a dead raccoon on the plate of Anna Wintour, a British journalist – on another occasion, she threw a tofu cream pie in the face of Oscar de la Rena, a fashion designer, because he likes to work with fur.
Because of her actions, Kelly has been featured in numerous magazines, while her picture could once have been seen on the cover page of the magazine “USA Today”.
Love life and marriage with Alex Jones
Kelly and Alex Jones haven’t talked about how and when they met, but they dated for more than a year before marrying in a private ceremony in 2007. Kelly occasionally helped her husband by promoting his shows, and also with his fake news website InfoWars. She gave birth to their three children, but then in March 2015 the two quietly divorced without attracting much attention – Kelly is believed to have received $3.1 million from the settlement, as well as a mansion in Austin, Texas.
In 2017, Kelly tried to gain full custody over their children, and eventually got it while Alex is allowed to visit them.
Their son Rex Jones occasionally works with his father, and is mostly known for a video he made about the news website BuzzFeed News and gun control.
Neither Kelly nor Alex have talked about anyone they might have dated since their divorce, so as of November 2020, Kelly is single, has been married, and has three children.
Hobbies and other interests
Kelly is interested in travelling, and her job as an animal activist has taken her all around the US, visiting nearly every state, while she has also been to several European, Asian and African countries.
Being a lover of animals as she is, Kelly is against holding animals in zoos, and believes that only a couple of zoos in the entire world have the conditions required to keep animals – she is also advising people not to visit zoos, and not to buy dogs, but to rescue them from a shelter.
She is a family woman who enjoys spending her free time with her children, and has taught them to love and respect animals.
Kelly likes to read in her spare time, and her favorite genre is romance, while her favorite book is “Dear John” by Nicholas Sparks.
Age, height and net worth
Kelly’s age is 52. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 135lbs (61kgs).
As of November 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while Alex’s net worth has been estimated at over $5 million.
Who is Alex Jones?
Alexander Emric Jones was born in Dallas, Texas USA on 11 February 1974 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality. He is known best for being a conspiracy theorist and for hosting “The Alex Jones Show”.
Alex was raised in both Rockwall and Austin by his father who was a dentist, and his mother who was a housewife. He became interested in football while attending Anderson High School, and played for the school’s team until matriculation in 1993.
While growing up, Alex read the book “None Dare Call It Conspiracy” by Gary Allen, an American conspiracy theorist and conservative writer, and this book influenced him in such a way that he began developing his own conspiracy theories. Alex went on to study at Austin Community College, but soon dropped out.
He launched his career not long after matriculating, and worked at several cable TV networks before he moved to radio in 1996, and started hosting the show “The Final Edition” – a year before on 19 April 1995 when the Oklahoma City bombing happened, Alex was amongst the first people to accuse the federal government of causing it. Alex’s debut movie – “America Destroyed by Design” – came out in 1998, and a year later he started broadcasting his own show from his house.
As soon as the 9/11 attacks happened in 2001, Alex accused the Bush administration of being behind the attacks, and this caused several radio stations to stop working with Alex. He continued to host his show for the following 17 years, and his second book – “The Secret History of the Modern World & the War for the Future” – was announced on 23 January 2018.
In December 2015, Donald Trump was a guest on Alex’s radio show, and the two bonded with Trump telling Alex: ‘Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down.’
After Trump won the elections, he allegedly called Alex to thank him for his support, however, in April 2018, Alex criticized Trump after he ordered a military strike against Syria – Alex still supported Trump during the 2020 elections.
Alex believes in weather weapons, claiming that the government can even create tornadoes. He is promoting the white genocide conspiracy theory; he’s against vaccinations, claiming that they cause autism; he also believes that global warming is a lie; and is an advocate for gun rights.
Alex was arrested on 10 March 2020 for driving under the influence, and was released on bond after several hours.