We foolishly thought that the McGreeveys would go away after finalizing their divorce last month. We were wrong.
Former New Jersey first lady Dina Matos’ lawyer announced today that his client will drop “sexual fraud” charges against her gay ex-husband – for a price, of course…
A lawyer for former Gov. James McGreevey’s ex-wife said Thursday she will drop a charge that she was duped into marrying him if he agrees to pay her $109,000 a judge says he owes.
Dina Matos’ lawyer John Post said the fraud claim filed by his client will be dropped if McGreevey makes full payment and agrees not to appeal the judge’s divorce ruling.
That drew an immediate rebuke from McGreevey lawyer Steve Haller, who said, “we will appeal or not appeal at our own discretion.”
A private meeting with the judge in the case is scheduled for Monday.
We can hardly wait.