Paula Broadwell returns to Charlotte home Sunday
Paula Broadwell returned home to Charlotte on Sunday with family. (WSOC)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The woman named as the alleged extra-marital lover of David Petraeus returned to her Charlotte home Sunday afternoon.
WSOC reported that Paula Broadwell was seen at her residence in the Dilworth neighborhood around 4:30 p.m. with her husband, Scott Broadwell and two children.
WSOC tried to ask the Broadwells questions when they arrived home and Scott Broadwell responded by saying, “no comment.”
The couple was previously spotted at Paula Broadwell’s brother’s home Saturday night in Washington D.C. walking arm-in-arm together.
This is the first time the two had been seen publicly together since her alleged extramarital affair with former C.I.A. director David Petraeus made headlines.
Paula Broadwell wrote Petraeus’ biography and the two reportedly became involved in an affair while she was writing the book. Petraeus claims the affair ended last summer.
Petraeus, a former four-star general in the U.S. Army, resigned as the CIA director due to the affair more than a week ago.
The FBI searched Broadwell’s Charlotte home on Monday with her consent.
Classified documents were found, which she told them to expect. The agents seized a computer and boxes of evidence after a lengthy search.