General David Petraeus Affair: Paula Broadwell’s Father Comes To Her Defense

General David Petraus’ affair rumors continue to spill out both online and via traditional media outlets. Alleged mistress Paula Broadwell’s father is rushing to his daughter’s defense and vows the “truth will come out.” The general resigned his post on Friday after announcing that he had cheated on his wife.

Broadwell’s father, Paul Kranz, claims that the affair might not be the most important aspect of the titillating scandal, according to Radar Online. Kranz had this to say about the four star general and his 40-year-old daughter:

“This is about something else entirely, and the truth will come out. There is a lot more that is going to come out. You wait and see. There’s a lot more here than meets the eye.”

The loving father reportedly supports his daughter fully in the matter. During an interview with the Daily Mail he reminded everyone that this is the beginning of a process and noted he could not elaborate further at this point in time, even if he wanted to.

Paula Broadwell’s husband’s grandmother allegedly shared her disbelief over the headline making affair with General Petraeus. She supposedly stated that many family members were “blindsided” by the shocking allegations they first head about during news broadcasts.

The FBI was investigating emails that Paula allegedly sent to a woman identified as Jill Kelley. While reviewing computer correspondence, investigators also reportedly found “thousands” of email between Broadwell and Petraeus. Some of the email exchanges were allegedly sexually graphic, including one which supposedly mentioned having sex under a desk.

Paula Broadwell is an Army veteran who was reportedly serving as a researcher at Harvard when she met General Petraeus. She is a also a married mother of two. The biography she penned about her alleged lover, All In: the Education of General David Petraeus hit book stores in February.

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