Kellie Chauvin charged with writing bad $42 check in February 2005: Report

She was Kellie May Xiong residing in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States before becoming Kellie Chauvin residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. People became curious about her when her husband Derek Michael Chauvin was involved in the deadly arrest of George Floyd.

Living in Eau Claire, Kellie was charged with writing a bad $42 check in February 2005 and by July 2005, she had not paid the owed money despite numerous letters sent to her home, Daily Mail has learned. A criminal case was filed against her in Wisconsin but she eventually paid the money so the case was dismissed.

On May 25, 2020, an employee at Cup Foods at 3759 Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis called the Minneapolis Police Department to report a customer who was trying to pay with a counterfeit $20 bill. Derek was one of the four cops who responded and he was caught on tape kneeling on the neck of Floyd, who matched the suspect’ descriptions, for a total of 8 minutes and 46 seconds.

Floyd was pronounced dead at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis almost an hour and a half after the deadly arrest. It was the same hospital where Kellie and Derek met a decade ago.

Working for Minneapolis Police Department, Derek spotted Kellie at the Hennepin County Medical Center when he brought a crime suspect there for a health check before arrest. She was an employee of the hospital at the time.

Enamored, Derek went back to the hospital and asked Kellie out. In 2010, they got married.

It was not Kellie’s first marriage. In 1991, she was married off by her parents to Kujay Xiong, a man she barely knew who became a husband who would abuse her for 10 years.

In 2001, Kellie filed for a divorce and Kujay died shortly after. From Eau Claire, she moved to Oakdale, Minnesota, which she represented when she competed and won in the 2018 edition of United States of America’s Mrs. Minnesota.

Derek has been arrested for the death of Floyd. Kellie has filed for divorce and has expressed her condolences to the family of the victim.

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    • This history is very relevant… if she knew he was capable of harming(did he abuse her like her last husband?) others, and didn’t report incidence… she is morally responsible for George’s death.


      • You just admitted that you don’t factually know if he abused her and are judging her based on being abused in a past marriage. Her bad choice/mistake with the check was punished and has no bearing on GF’s murder. You just choose to drag a woman through the mud because you can. Stop digging a hole you can’t climb out of. This woman was not responsible for George Floyd’s death, her husband was, and may he be sentenced the maximum sentence.


      • Are you dumb? Even if she was abused by that POS police officer, there are hundreds of thousand cases of domestic abuse that lead to nothing, so even if she reported him for “beign a danger to black people”, no one would do anything lmao.

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      • Women all over the world are terrorized, raped, beaten, murdered, ignored, and ridiculed every minute of every day while the authorities look the other way – and you are trying to tell us that Kellie reporting her husband would have prevented GF’s murder? You need to learn before you speak.


      • Her husband is a vicious public murderer! We need to pause a moment to think of the terror he’s capable of invoking behind closed doors. And to whom would this poor woman report his violent behavior? The officers who stood around watching him choke the life out of a man who cried out for his last breath? The responsibility lies solely upon the shoulders of each and every pseudo officer who knew of Derek’s racism and propensity for violence and did nothing! And upon Derek himself.

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  1. What evidence is there that Derek is racist? Abuse of power, excessive force, police brutality – perhaps, but we need to stop throwing around the racist allegation without evidence. Let the courts decide- if he can get a fair trial


  2. So, this womans history is relevant, but Floyd’s isn’t, even though there has been nothing said of him abusing her. Good job idiot.


  3. Check on Floyd’s past mistakes before you go on about someone who had nothing to do with anything concerning the matters st hand. Get in all of their lives if you want to show reasons for any of it, don’t pick and choose.


    • you’re trying to justify his murder right now? Is that your point, because it’s not clear. Normally, people are tried in court first for their “mistakes”, not murdered by police on the spot.


  4. Though I still believe that digging this up the beginning and it having little relevance to the crime her Husband committed, I am disappointed and yet not surprised that Kellie is now being charged with tax fraud. Yuck all around.


  5. Derek Chauvin was guilty before he even got into court what’s his wife got to do with it George floyd was a out of work drug taking idiot a thief a six foot man crying for his mammy because he got arrested for what. BREAKING THE LAW i rest my case


  6. Is there a trained psychiatrist out there who can comment on Floyd’s body language and actions? The rapid eye movement the rapid heart beat the fact that they couldn’t wake him up in the car points to someone on death throws or on the verge of a physical breakdown. Someone crying out for his mother is not cowardice but any respiratory tech will tell you this is typical of someone with lungs filled with fluid. Chauvin should be charged with excessive force but the hysterical three murder charges looks Stockholm syndrome up there in the formerly beautiful Minnesota. They are all imagining themselves at the Nuremberg trials when they would have been good little nazis at the beginning. I worked for the city of san jose and know the woke mentality.


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