LIBERTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL CHURCH, NJ — Chris Christie son’s memoir claims his father’s daughter was a liar when she was raised in a Christian home.
In a book titled, Chris Christie: Son of Liberty, Chris wrote that his mother, Kathleen, “was very protective of her parents and was very adamant about being a good Christian.”
Christie, a Republican, became governor in 2013 and has been one of the most prominent critics of President Donald Trump.
Christie’s daughter Kathleen, 25, has not responded to requests for comment.
The memoir, which was written with her father by his lawyer David Wildstein, said Kathleen Christie was “an emotional wreck” when she left home at the age of 14 to attend a Christian college in the United Kingdom.
It continued: “She was always an angry, bitter, jealous and rebellious child.
I was shocked and saddened to learn that she was a devout Christian.”
The book also said that Kathleen Christie, then living in New Jersey, had been a “devastated” mother of two boys, who Christie described as “fierce” and “incredibly loyal.”
The memoir also said Kathleen’s parents divorced in 2008 and the children were raised by her grandparents.
Christies attorney said he didn’t know of any problems with Kathleen Christie’s upbringing.
The book has been criticized by some who have called on Christie to resign as governor.