Posted: Thursday, January 20, 2022. 5:59 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Leader of the Opposition Patrick Faber moments ago issued an official statement via social media on this week’s events.
Making use of the plural pronoun “we” in an apparent reference to himself and fiancée Shanika Arnold, he explains that their address is in response to “inferences and insinuations” arising from her visit to the Queen Street Police Station yesterday, Wednesday.
“We begin by stating that the situation is a misunderstanding, one that really is a matter that we have been dealing with privately. It is our intent to do whatever it takes to keep our family together. While we can assure the public that the rumors are inaccurate, we are at this time unwilling to disclose further private information in order to protect my fiancé from public scrutiny,” the statement continues.
Suddenly there is a switch to the first person “my” as Faber writes, “My number one priority at this time is my fiancé’s well being and the wellbeing of my entire family. Thanks for your understanding.”
Arnold also shared the same statement on her own page and adding her dissatisfaction with the way the matter was covered by the media.
Not mentioned anywhere: whether Faber will heed the Police’s summons and turn himself in, if only to go through the obligatory appearance at court.
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