crime and punishment

Derek Chauvin, Kellie Chauvin’s Minnesota and Florida houses’ values revealed

Derek Michael Chauvin, 44, and Kellie May Xiong Chauvin, 46, own two houses. These are located in Oakdale, Minnesota, United States and in Windermere, Florida, USA.

The house in Oakdale is worth $273,800 while the one in Windermere is valued at $226,282, according to Minnesota Star Tribune. Now, Kellie is asking for sole ownership of both properties.

Kellie is a former realtor. In October 2018, she became the first woman of Hmong descent to win United States of America’s Mrs. Minnesota.

Derek was caught on tape kneeling on the neck of African-American security guard George Floyd for a total of 8 minutes and 46 seconds on May 25, 2020. The former Minneapolis Police Department officer is facing charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

As a result of the incident, Kellie filed for divorce on May 28, 2020. Derek missed the deadline to file an answer and counter-petition to challenge any of her proposals.

Amanda Mason-Sekula of Sekula Family Law Offices of Minneapolis serves as Kellie’s divorce lawyer. Derek has no attorney listed for the divorce but his lawyer in the criminal case related to Floyd’s death is Eric J. Nelson.


Derek and Kellie got married in 2010 and they have no children together. She is not seeking alimony payments but she requested a fair and equitable division of the personal property, vehicles and bank, retirement and investment accounts she and he owned.

Aside from murdering Floyd, Derek is also accused of illegal voting. On June 5, 2020, Dan Helm, a Democrat and attorney running for election supervisor in Pinellas County, Florida, he sent a letter to Aramis Ayala, the state attorney of Orange Country and Osceola County in Florida, claiming that Derek voted in Orange County Florida in 2016 and 2018 as a registered Republican while living, working and paying taxes in Minnesota.

“This is a violation for our election laws, specifically Fla. Stat. 104.011 (2), a third degree felony,” Helm wrote. “I encourage you to hold people accountable for their actions, especially breaking the laws of our state.”

Currently, Derek is detained in the Minnesota Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota. He is being held in jail on $1.25 million bail.

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  1. The officer should have not kneel down on his neck like that he should have put them on the wall give him some water put them in a bigger cage and take him home to jail not to be punished like that and be killed with his knee all three officers should be charged for murder manslaughter guilty all of them the way to handle this kind of situation instant make sure he’s breathing good not fight with him get a bigger cage put him in a bigger cage and send them to jail safely this should have never happened all police officers should be retrained in every County and every state to look out for the people and the community and senior citizens and all the citizens in this world we deserve respect and this kind of this stuff should have never happened or destroyed the buildings of burnt or lose anything this got to stop this looks like Martin Luther King’s days it looks like back and back and back we’re going backwards or we going to need to go walk forward honest no lies in court God’s Court God’s work God’s watching everything God’s in charge Jesus Christ but your eyes on Jesus Christ to bless our world and bless our country and bless our community and our service and society well police officers are for our military to protect us not the harmless may God bless our world may God bless our United States of America and our presidents and the vice president bless you all change the rules we need changes this is a drop in the bucket never turn your back on your brother and sisters be there for your brothers and sisters saves amen


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