Who is Alex Jones’ second wife Erika? The radio host is in the news as the FBI investigates possible ties with the Capitol riots on 6 January 2021.
Alex Jones runs the The Alex Jones Show as well as conspiracy theory website InfoWars.
While much of Alex’s politics are in the public eye, less of his private life is explored. So, who is Alex Jones married to?
Find out about his relationship here.
Who is Alex Jones?
Alex Jones was born on 11 February 1974, making him currently 47 years old. He was born in Dallas, Texas.
After dropping out from Austin Community College, Alex began his career in media. He started out working on a live, call-in public-access cable television program. In 1986, Alex started hosting a show named The Final Edition on KJFK.
Who is Alex Jones’ wife Erika?
In 2017, Alex Jones married Erika Wulff. This was his second marriage, after separating from Kelly Jones in March 2015.
There is a LinkedIn profile for a yoga teacher based in Austin, Texas under the name Erika Wulff-Jones. It is unconfirmed if this is Alex Jones’ wife.
Much of their private life remains private. The couple has one child together. Alex has three children with his ex-wife Kelly.
More on Kelly Rebecca Nichols
Since Kelly – who now goes by Kelly Rebecca Nichols – and Alex Jones separated, more details about her have come to light.
In the 1990s, while she was with Alex, Kelly was a famous animal rights activist. At one point in Kelly’s activism career, she was reportedly the head of public relations and media operations for PETA.
After their divorce, there was an intense custody battle. Alex won in 2015, although Kelly filed for custody over their children two years lated and was granted the custody of their three children.
- Wilbur Soot’s age explored after 12-year YouTube career
- YouTuber Fundy faces ‘cancelling’ on Twitter
- ‘Recall him now’: Some Liverpool fans regret letting ‘very special’ 26-year-old leave on loan
- ‘Future of spurs’: Some Spurs fans raved over ‘generational’ 16-year-old academy star
- Console Corner: Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Nintendo Switch review