Paula Broadwell, whose extra-marital affair with David Petraeus forced him to step down as CIA director, will not be charged with cyber-stalking Tampa socialite Jill Kelley who is a family friend of Petraeus', federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
A recently released audio recording revealed that former CIA director David Petraeus said his wife will divorce him if he follows through with a campaign for the presidential seat, according to the Daily News.
David Petraeus' wife, Holly, threatened to divorce her husband in light of his extramarital affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell, according to a source. The scandal forced Petraeus to resign as CIA director and now it might cost him his 38-year marriage with Holly, with whom he shared two adult children.
In their first public appearance together since news of her extramarital affair went public, Paula Broadwell and her husband Scott left Washington, D.C., and moved back into their Charlotte, S.C., home to face the scandal with their close family and friends.
Former CIA Director General David Petraeus hired a top Washington lawyer to help him figure out the scandal that surfaced from his career-ending extramarital affair, according to Reuters.
Paula Broadwell, the author who had an extramarital affair with the former CIA director, regrets the damage the scandal brought upon her family, a close family friend said.