Thursday, March 15, 2007

Former governor has gay lover and wants custody

New Jersey news:
Former Gov. James E. McGreevey has revised his divorce lawsuit against his estranged wife and is now seeking sole custody of the couple's 5-year-old daughter -- and child support. ...

McGreevey, who resigned as governor after announcing he had had an affair with a male aide, has retained a new lawyer ...

Last month, after McGreevey originally filed for divorce, Matos McGreevey issued a statement disputing his claim that they had reached a settlement. "We continue to have profound differences about what our daughter should be exposed to, and until they are resolved, there will be no agreement," the statement said.

The revised lawsuit filed by attorney Matthew Piermatti asks a judge to grant custody of Jacqueline to the former governor and grant visitation rights to the former first lady. It seeks child support from Matos McGreevey, leaving it to the judge to decide the amount.
I am guessing that his wife does not approve of his living situation, but will have to cook up some other reasons to persuade the judge.

1 comment:

Rob Tornoe said...

I'm an editorial cartoonist for the Press of AC, and here's a cartoon I did on this whole McG situation.

To view the cartoon, click here.