Jeffrey Marty Bio, Wiki
Jeffrey Marty is a lawyer based in Trinity, Florida, Marty is best known for creating a fake account on Twitter for “Rep. Steve Smith” of Georgia’s 15th district, which went viral for being the first congressman to support Donald Trump in his presidential campaign, even after the account was revealed to be a fictional person. He is the husband to actress Stacey Dash.
Jeffrey Marty’s Wife Domestic Battery
On Sunday night, September 29th Stacey was in Florida for domestic battery. The actress was taken into custody after getting into a fight with her husband, Jeffrey Marty, around 7:45 p.m. at their apartment in New Port Richey, where she pushed and slapped him in the face.
Police reported that Marty “sustained red scratch marks to his left upper arm from being pushed,” and that Dash is being held on $500 bail.
According to a TMZ source, Stacey acted in self-defense. Stacey’s husband is alleged to have attacked first, attempting to choke Stacey and she defended herself … which resulted in him getting scratches on his arms. Stacey is the one who called 911, and she was arrested because she didn’t have any marks on her but her husband did.
Jeffrey Marty Wedding
Stacey Dash married Jeffrey Marty in a private ceremony held in Florida on April 6th, 2018. The wedding took place ten days after Dash, decided not to run for 44th congressional district in California, to “free people from the shackles of a plantation mentality.” The 51-year-old actress turned political hopeful’s manager Kerry Jones told Page Six that “they wanted to keep it on the D.L.” when asked why the couple kept their nuptials a secret.
In October 2018, Marty confirmed their marriage to the public by tweeting out a photo of the popular salt, Mrs. Dash.”
Jeffrey Marty Education
Marty earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin in 2000 and received his Juris Doctor from Marquette University Law School in 2005.
He has a YouTube channel to read religious passages from The Search for the Holy Living, edited by Marvin D. Hinten. Marty tells his 32 followers that he found the book a Goodwill, which is a compilation of four books by three different authors, and that he will orate one chapter a day until they’ve finished reading an essential Christian book.
Jeffrey Marty Political Affiliation
While his wife changed from being a democrat in 2012 to support Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, and briefly joined Fox News as a contributing host, Marty told BuzzFeed that he switched political parties after graduating from college.
Jeffrey Marty Career & Fake ‘First Congressman’ Twitter account Supporting Trump
Jeffrey Marty is a lawyer based in Trinity, Florida. He is also best known for creating a fake account on Twitter for “Rep. Steve Smith” of Georgia’s 15th district, which went viral for being the first congressman to support Donald Trump in his presidential campaign, even after the account was revealed to be a fictional person. Georgia doesn’t even have a 15th district.
As Smith, Marty tweeted familiar Trump rhetoric. “It’s a #RiggedSystem. But we can beat it at the ballot box. #DrainTheSwamp,” which earned a retweet from Eric Trump. Even though the cat’s out of the bag, “Rep. Steve Smith” continues to tweet to his nearly 60K followers.
Stacey Dash Previous Ex-husbands & Children
Stacey Dash’s wedding to Marty marked her fourth marriage. She was previously married to producer Brian Lovell from 1999 to 2005, British executive James Maby from 2005 to 2006 and actor Emmanuel Xuereb from 2007 to 2011. She has two children, a daughter, Lola, with Lovell, and a son, Austin Williams, from her past relationship with singer Christopher Williams.
Marty has three children from a previous marriage to his ex-wife.