We are all still rattled by Elizabeth Edward‘s tragic passing yesterday (December 7) and can’t imagine what her poor children must be going through at this moment. Cate, 28, Emma, 12, and Jack, 10, are going to have to find the strength to forgive their dad, John Edwards for his past wrongdoings and lean on him during this time of need. An expert tells us that it’s time for John to move back into their house, in order to maintain some sense of normalcy in their lives. Do you agree?
John Edwards spent $1 million to hide his affair with his pregnant mistress Rielle Hunter, according to new revelations by his presidential campaign aide Andrew Young.
Details of this sordid story, which will all be revealed on ABC’s 20/20 tonight, have begun trickling out. Andrew has said that there is even a sex tape of John and Rielle, that was shot while Rielle was pregnant. On Good Morning America today, it was reported that Rielle filed a lawsuit against Young trying to stop the use of her image … including protecting the release of a “personal video” which Young claims is a sex tape.
Young discussed his book “The Politician” on Good Morning America today, and described how Edwards spent “over $1 million” to keep Rielle hidden. Click to Read more & Watch video!
Details of disgraced senator John Edwards‘ affair with Rielle Hunter are all coming to light in a new book by Edwards aide Andrew Young. In “The Politician,” Young revels how the senator began cheating on his cancer-stricken wife, Elizabeth Edwards, with Rielle in 2006, at the start his presidential campaign.
The sordid details include Rielle getting pregnant, Edwards begging Young to say he was the father, and even a sex tape. Check out the shudder-worthy details from The Daily News, which obtained a copy of the book.
John Edwards, the one-time Democratic presidential hopeful released a statement today, Jan. 21, to NBC News finally confessing that he’s the father of Frances Quinn. The baby, who was born Feb. 27, 2008, was conceived in the middle of 2007, while Edwards was in the beginning stages of his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President. His wife, Elizabeth Edwards, was battling breast cancer at the time. Click to read Edwards’ full statement