Politics

General John Allen and Jill Kelley Exchanged 'Phone Sex' Emails

| by Michael Allen

The emails that General John Allen allegedly traded with Jill Kelley were described by an unidentified source to Fox News as "phone sex."

However, an unnamed official told Fox News: "'General John Allen disputes that he has engaged in any wrongdoing in this matter."

Investigators are going over 20,000 to 30,000 pages of emails between Kelley and General Allen, from 2010 to 2012, reports the Daily Mail.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said General Allen would remain as commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan for now.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Kelley tried to get the FBI to drop the investigation after it widened its search in the Paula Broadwell-David Petraeus case.

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Yesterday, the press staked out Kelley's home in Tampa, Florida shooting pictures of the socialite inside her house, which may be a violation of privacy.

The Daily Mail reports that Broadwell, the alleged mistress of Petraeus, called Kelley a "seductress" in emails and warned General Allen about starting a relationship with her.

It's also been reported that Kelley and her identical twin sister Natalie Khawam are both millions of dollars in debt.

Kelley and her surgeon husband Scott reportedly owe millions to banks after their real estate property values collapsed a few years ago. They are facing multiple lawsuits and foreclosures.

According to court filings, Khawam declared herself bankrupt earlier this year, owing $3.6 million.

An unidentified friend of the Kelleys said: "There are obviously financial issues. Scott goes to work and works his ass off, and Jill takes care of the social stuff, and gets them into the society pages. They are nice people, and I feel sorry for them."

Kelley and Khawam persuaded General Allen and Petraeus to write letters supporting Khawam's child custody case earlier this year in Washington D.C.