John Edwards’ former mistress Rielle Hunter apologized to the politician's late wife Elizabeth in a Huffington Post column on Tuesday… but is it too little too late?admitted, “I behaved badly. That may seem obvious to you but it’s taken me a long time to admit that, even to myself.”
Rielle Hunter was in the hot seat on Tuesday’s episode of “The View.” Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Walters weren’t about to let John Edwards’ infamous mistress off easy.
Rielle Hunter and John Edwards have called it quits. The former presidential candidate and his infamous mistress split last week.
"Something happened internally with me. I responded... I have not experienced it or felt what was happening before. Ever. An intensity, like a rock concert. A lot of energy," Hunter told Cuomo, her first interview since Edwards' acquittal on charges of accepting illegal campaign contributions.
Rielle Hunter’s tell-all memoir, 'What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter and Me,” describes in detail her sex life with the former presidential candidate.
Rielle also doesn’t apologize for breaking up Edwards’ 32-year marriage, even though wife Elizabeth was battling breast cancer as news of her husband's affair and their love child became known. Elizabeth succumbed to the disease in December 2010.
The “Today” show obtained video of Edwards and Rielle at a beach house, playing with their 4-year-old daughter, Quinn.
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A federal indictment is imminent for former Senator John Edwards, stemming from a two-year investigation into payments made by Edwards' campaign to his former mistress, Rielle Hunter.
The indictment could be averted if prosecutors and lawyers for Edwards reach a plea deal, sources confirm to CNN, but the Edwards is reluctant to plead guilty for fear of losing his legal license.
A source told CNN that Edwards "doesn't want to lose his license, not to mention he is terrified of going to jail."
Since 2009, the federal grand jury in North Carolina has been investigating the alleged misappropriated payments to Hunter, who had a love child with Edwards during their affair.
Former Senator John Edwards is not engaged to his babymama, Rielle Hunter.
"It's not true," a friend of the Edwards family told People.com, negating a recent tabloid report saying Edwards had proposed to Hunter over the holidays.
Edwards has yet to confirm or deny if he and Hunter are together, but a source close to the former presidential candidate told People if there is a relationship, its only focus is in parenting their love child, Frances Quinn, who turns 3 in February.
"The nature of the relationship, as far as I know, is one of a father calling the mother and talking about Quinn, figuring out the holiday schedule," the source said.
Edwards' estranged wife, Elizabeth, died last month after a long battle with breast cancer.