A St. Louis Grand Jury has indicted Missouri Governor Eric Greitens for Felony Invasion of Privacy. The charge stems from his extramarital affair with a Missouri woman who later told her ex-husband that Greitens tied her up and photographed her, without her permission, and threatened to release the photo if she ever came forward about their relationship. From St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Tony Messenger:
Gov. @EricGreitens has been indicted: pic.twitter.com/d1IaP4LWL6Ã¢ÂÂ Tony Messenger (@tonymess) February 22, 2018
Gov. @EricGreitens has been indicted: pic.twitter.com/d1IaP4LWL6
I just saw MO Gov. Eric Greitens being led away in the custody of the St. Louis Sheriff.Ã¢ÂÂ Robert Patrick (@rxpatrick) February 22, 2018
I just saw MO Gov. Eric Greitens being led away in the custody of the St. Louis Sheriff.
The indictment is below. It states that Greitens photographed the woman and then transmitted the image “in a manner that allowed access to that image via a computer.”
Here's the indictment: pic.twitter.com/R4mv1qSSZVÃ¢ÂÂ STL Public Radio (@stlpublicradio) February 22, 2018
Here's the indictment: pic.twitter.com/R4mv1qSSZV