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Jill Kelley police tapes, Petraeus scandal
Socialite Jill Kelley sits inside her Bayshore Boulevard home during Gasparilla, Tampa's annual pirate invasion on January 26, 2007.
Times photo: MELISSA LYTTLE | Times (2007)

Jill Kelley police tapes, Petraeus scandal
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Police release Jill Kelley calls

In a series of calls to a non-emergency number at the Tampa Police Department, Jill Kelley asks the police to do something about the people "trespassing" at her Bayshore home. Kelley, who has been identified as the woman who tipped off the FBI to the secret affair between Gen. David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell, can be heard at one point informing the operator that she is an "honorary consulate general," and asking if the police need to get diplomatic protection involved. In another, she refers to the people outside as "trying to push the door open." The calls were made starting Sunday, when her name was first linked to the Petraeus scandal. Read the story here.

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