Just when you thought it was over, think again. The Gen. Petraeus-Jill Kelley scandal is back in the news.
A new report in next month's Town & Country Magazine about Kelley and her sister gives new details on the sisters, and it's not flattering.
Kelley is the Tampa socialite who got caught up in scandal over Petraeus' affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell. In fact, she may have revealed it after Broadwell allegedly e-mailed her threatening messages. After that, Kelley went to the FBI.
Since then, Kelley and her twin sister, Natalie Khawam, have been media targets. News trucks swarmed her mansion on Bayshore Boulevard the week the scandal broke.
For the most part, she stayed out of the line of fire, but this report is putting her right back in the limelight. In the article, it says the women would do anything to be among people of power, and it alleges they had a deep desire for riches.
The author never talked to the sisters, and only got information from a "distant cousin."
The cousin claims the sisters made their minds up that they were going to use men to get money, and they discussed that openly in front of family. Among those men, allegedly: Hal and Hank Steinbrenner, the sons of the late George Steinbrenner.
Steinbrenner was the owner of the Yankees and lived in Tampa. According to the cousin, the sisters would take trips on the Steinbrenner's plane and brag about how they were going to split up Hal and his wife, and then the plane would be theirs.
The author also spoke with people in the South Tampa social scene, who called the sisters the "Chanel Twins," targeting Tampa's rich and powerful.
As expected, there has been no comment from Kelley.
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