The woman who blew the whistle on the Gen. Petraeus affair by alerting the FBI to nasty emails from his mistress has been identified as Jill Kelley, who counts the general and his wife as close family friends.
Kelley and her husband, Dr. Scott Kelley, are now in the spotlight because it was Jill's complaint about threats from Paula Broadwell — warning Jill to stay away from "my man" — that spurred the FBI to examine the Broadwell and Petraeus e-mail accounts, revealing their sexual affair and leading to Petraeus' resignation as CIA director.
Kelley, 37, described as a "very well-known person of influence in the Tampa community," holds an unpaid position as a social planner for MacDill Air Force Base, where Petraeus ran the U.S. Central Command.
Here's what we know about the other other woman.
1. She Insists They Are Only Friends
2. Kelley and Her Husband Aren't Saying Much Yet
3. Petraeus and Kelley See Each Other Frequently
4. She's the State Department Liaison for the Joint Special Operations Command
5. She and Broadwell have Children
6. She and Broadwell Are Married to Doctors
7. She's Got an Identical Twin and They Appeared on The Food Network
8. Her Kids Like Petraeus
9. She Has a Middle Eastern Background
10. Broadwell Thought Kelley Was More Involved with Petraeus