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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Judge refused to watch John Edwards/Rielle Hunter sex tape

Posted by on Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 4:15 PM

Apparently the judge who presided over the John Edwards and Rielle Hunter debacle, in which the latter brought charges against an aide to the former, refused to watch the couples' infamous sex tape.

Low five, bro!
  • Low five, bro!

The News and Observer caught up with retiring Wake County Superior Court Judge Abe Jones, who said he asked two lawyers, which the author pointed out were females (I do declare, how ungentlemanly, Mr. Jones!) to watch the sex tape for him - and index the important parts.

"I just didn't want to do it," Jones said. "I sometimes see him socially. I would feel like I was in his bedroom."

So he opted for a trashy-novel version instead?

Read the full N&O piece here.

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