Paula Broadwell Took Classified Government Papers to her Home

| by Michael Allen

Paula Broadwell, the alleged mistress of former CIA Director David Petraeus, has admitted to taking classified government documents to her home. This is why FBI agents searched her Charlotte, North Carolina house on Monday night for about four hours, reports the Daily Mail.

Broadwell told FBI agents that she had taken "a significant number of military documents," reports ABC News.

Broadwell had a security clearance to review the documents as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Military Reserve, but it's not clear if she had permission to take the papers home.

Yesterday, reporters found Broadwell living in her brother Stephen Kranz's Washington D.C. area house and shot pictures of her (bordering on invasion of privacy) drinking a glass of wine.

The Daily Mail blared the obnoxious headline "She's turned to drink!" trying to imply that Broadwell might be an alcoholic.

The same publication eports that Broadwell also sent emails to General John Allen under the pseudonym 'KelleyPatrol.'

General Allen made news yesterday when it was revealed that he had sent thousands of emails to Jill Kelley, a family friend of Petraeus, who turned Broadwell into the FBI over some "cat fight" emails between the women.