Broadwell Won’t Face Charges

Turns out she really does win at everything. The Justice Department announced on Tuesday that Paula Broadwell, General David Petraeus’s mistress, will not be facing charges for the alleged online stalking of a “romantic rival,” who many thought to be Tampa Bay socialite Jill Kelley. The cyberstalking investigation began when Kelley reported to the FBI threatening emails from an account linked back to Broadwell. In a letter obtained by the AP from Broadwell's lawyer, U.S. Attorney Robert O'Neill confirmed that all charges related to the “alleged acts of cyberstalking,” have been dropped. Petraeus resigned in November after admitting to an extramarital affair with Broadwell, the author of his biography All In: The Education of General David Petraeus.