John Edwards Sex Tape
February 24, 2012 by staff
John Edwards Sex Tape, The sex tape of John Edwards and his mistress is headed to the shredder, but a long list of criminal charges still hangs over the former presidential candidate over the extramarital affair that ended his political career.
Rielle Hunter sued former Edwards aide Andrew Young and his wife in 2010 over the tape of “a personal and private nature” and other intimate items the couple said she left in a box of trash. Hunter lived with the Youngs while she was pregnant with Edwards’ baby, hiding out as the former North Carolina senator ran for the White House. Young, a longtime aide to Edwards, initially said he was the father.
Both sides claimed to be getting what they wanted from a legal settlement signed Thursday to end a two-year legal battle that has provided fees to at least 15 lawyers between the two sides.
The Youngs agreed to give up their claim of ownership to the tape and other property, which has been locked in the vault of a North Carolina courthouse for the last two years.
“We are very pleased that this settlement achieved all that she had ever hoped to achieve with this lawsuit,” said Allison Van Laningham, one of Hunter’s lawyers.
The order also mandates that the tape will be destroyed within 30 days, however, ensuring that Hunter won’t have possession of it either.
“There were no ‘winners’ as such, in that each side had returned back to it that which it believed was its own property, although it was mutually agreed that certain materials should, per the court’s order, be destroyed,” said David Pishko, a lawyer for the Youngs.
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