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Charlotte Talks
10:34 am
Tue November 13, 2012

Paula Broadwell's Charlotte Home Is Searched By FBI For 4 Hours

Three days after Paula Broadwell of Charlotte emerged at the center of national controversy, FBI agents spent four hours Monday night searching her family's Dilworth home.
Credit Robert Lahser

Three days after Paula Broadwell of Charlotte emerged at the center of national controversy, FBI agents spent four hours Monday night searching her family’s Dilworth home.

While investigating an email harassment complaint over the summer and this fall, the FBI had found classified information on Broadwell’s computer. The FBI concluded the information did not come from David Petraeus, who was CIA director until his sudden resignation Friday.

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Charlotte Observer
3:48 pm
Mon November 12, 2012

Paula Broadwell, Woman At Center Of Petraeus Scandal, Spends Weekend In D.C.

While television news trucks remained stationed outside her Dilworth home throughout the weekend, Paula Broadwell was celebrating her 40th birthday with her family in Washington, D.C., according to a neighbor.

Sarah Curme has been picking up the Broadwell’s paper and cancelling appointments with the family’s piano teacher since the Broadwells left on Thursday.

Curme said Paula Broadwell, the alleged mistress of former CIA Director David Petraeus, and her family is doing pretty well considering the circumstances.

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