Jill Kelley, the socialite whose complaint to the FBI began the unraveling of the David Petraeus affair, was known for her parties for members of the military in Tampa.
But unless you held the rank of general or admiral, you weren't likely on the guest list, according to one retired senior officer who didn't want his name published.
"A colonel is about as low as she'd go," said the officer, who served at the U.S. military's Central Command (CENTCOM) in Tampa and knows the players in the Patraeus scandal. "People like that only want senior people around."
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