John Edwards Affair/Scandal:
Rielle Hunter Back in New Jersey
It's the East Coast for Frances Quinn
The National Enquirer's reporting that Rielle Hunter has left her fancy digs in Santa Barbara for something a little more plebian: New Jersey
The Enquirer had previously broke the story about how Hunter, John Edwards' mistress, and love child/daughter, Frances Quinn, were receiving hush money payments of $15,000 a month from Fred Baron--who was Edwards' campaign finance chairman.
When Baron suddenly passed away from a lethal cancer on October 30, the $15K payments to the Hunters stopped.
After her $15,000 monthly payments stopped with the death of money man Fred Baron, John Edward's mistress blonde divorcee Rielle Hunter abandoned the lavish $3 million home that was being rented for her in ritzy Santa Barbara, California, sources tell The ENQUIRER.
Now she and her 10-month-old daughter Frances, who she privately says is Edwards' love child, are living with her longtime friend Mimi Hockman in South Orange, about 20 miles west of New York City, according to insiders.
The Enquirer, was called "tabloid trash" by the former North Carolina senator when the tabloid ran the story about Edwards' affair with a pregnant Rielle Hunter last December.
But after Edwards was cornered by Enquirer reporters leaving Hunter's Beverly Hilton hotel room after visiting her and Frances Quinn in late July, Edwards finally confessed on ABC's Nightline on August 8. Edwards admitted that he had lied, though he didn't admit being the father of Frances Quinn.
But Hunter has privately confided that Edwards is the father of the bouncing bundle of joy that was Frances Quinn Hunter.
With no money coming in from money man Baron, will Hunter publish her tell-all book that she's been rumored working on for "insurance"?
Will Hunter move back in with her former Midline Groove partner, Mimi Hockman--a resident of the Garden State?
Readers will likely get some of those answers over the next several months: if Rielle doesn't get any dough soon, it's likely that some publisher will be getting a manuscript chock-full of all the details that John Edwards has been able to keep hidden thus far.
And, can a DNA test for little Frances Quinn be far behind?
by Mondo Frazier
image: National Enquirer