Tampa Bay "Social Planner" Told To Keep Her Hands Off Paula Broadwell's Man Could Use A Bailout

Jill Kelley, the woman who alerted the FBI to the "harassing" emails she'd been receiving from All In author and possible bunny boiler* Paula Broadwell, has run into some financial trouble.
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Jill Kelley, the woman who alerted the FBI to the "harassing" emails she'd been receiving from All In author and possible bunny boiler* Paula Broadwell, has run into some financial trouble.

Kelley, 37, and her husband Scott Kelley, a cancer surgeon in Tampa, Fla., have been sued at least nine times, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Despite their lavish lifestyle, they face foreclosure and massive amounts of debt, according to court documents. Jill Kelley, who blew open the Petraeus scandal when she contacted a friend who worked for the FBI to report harassing emails from the CIA director's mistress, Paula Broadwell, lives in a $1.5 million mansion on Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Regions Bank is trying to foreclose on the historic waterfront home where the socialite entertained Petraeus and other VIPs, including military leaders stationed at MacDill Air Force Base.

The couple also face foreclosure on a three-story office building they own in downtown Tampa. Court records show that the Kelleys owe their bank nearly $2.2 million on the property, according to the the Tampa Bay Times. A judge last year ordered the building be put up for sale.

Jill Kelley, Petraeus Whistleblower, Owes Millions In Debt [HuffingtonPost via Heidi Moore]
*If the Petraeus family has pets, which should be locked up by now.

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