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Suit Against Leopold Expanded

| September 08, 2010, 06:18 PM | 3 Comments

The Capital is reporting that the lawsuit against Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold has been expanded.  The initial lawsuit filed by Karla Hamner apparently has been expanded and includes additional allegations from other women including a former employee who claimed that Leopold fancied a former reporter for The Capital, Lisa Beisel. Beisel refutes the story claiming she only had lunch with the Executive and was unsure of the purpose.

Additional allegations include that Leopold had an ongoing sexual affair with a married county employee and that this employee was in the Executive’s car when there was a report of “naked people” in the car which was parked at the mall.

The expanded suit is expected to be filed tomorrow, five days before the primary election.

For the full details, see the article in The Capital.

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  1. running with scissors says:

    So he took a reporter he liked to lunch, Shocking! She says nothing happened all that was said she just didn’t realize that he was attracted to her.

    He was seeing a married woman, Ok, not the best idea but we have not heard her side of the story, was she unhappy in her marriage? Was she telling him she was? Have to respect him for not outing her in public, maybe she said she wanted to try and repair her marriage.

    This all smells badly.

  2. John Frenaye says:

    I tend to agree. All we have (that we are aware of) is one woman living in Kentucky who claimed he told her to get her hair out of her face and may have grabbed her by the shoulders.

    There are people named as “victims” by the plaintiff who have denied being “victims”. There is another woman who denies it. Several women came out in support of him the first time around.

    The Capital reporter said she finished a meeting and nothing happened and she was not sure of the intent of the meeting–sounds like a typical government meeting in any case.

    And now all of a sudden the Kentucky woman’s lawyer is saying he was peeping at hot women from his office with binoculars and leering at others from a couch.

    Political skulduggery if you ask me. Follow the money. Follow the money!

  3. Fred Shubbie says:

    All great leaders love women.

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