MO Governor’s Accuser Now Admits Alleged Photo Session May Have Been A “Dream”

Missouri Governer Eric Greitens was indicted in February on invasion of privacy charges for allegedly taking a photo of his naked mistress before he ran for governor.

The woman claimed it was traumatizing.
Yet she went back to his house later that same day of the alleged photo and sex romp for more sex.


Now this…

The accuser now says the photo session may have been from a dream.

Via The Sentinel KSMO:

A deposition of the woman in question… reveals one new shocking bit of evidence. The woman may have dreamed up the incident at the heart of the criminal case.

The St. Louis Circuit Attorney has contrived a case against Gov. Greitens that Lewis Carroll would have been hard pressed to imagine. The defense team’s April 8 motion to compel immediate production of all exculpatory evidence reports the following exchange.

When the defense counsel asked [her], “Did you ever see [Greitens] in possession of a camera or phone?” she answered: “Not to my knowledge. I didn’t see him with it.”

The question was then asked, “And as you sit here now, you cannot state under oath that you ever saw him in possession of a camera – with a camera or a phone?”

[She] replied, “Correct.”

The counsel then asked, “And you can’t say you saw it on his person, you can’t say you saw him put it down in the kitchen, take it from the kitchen, or put it down anywhere in the basement. Those are all correct statements, are they not?”

[She] answered, “Yes. I cannot say.”

Trying to salvage the state’s case, the Assistant Circuit Attorney later asked [her], “Did you see what you believed to be a phone?”

Here comes the shocker. [She] answered, “… I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I – I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that.”

That should about end this lawsuit.
What a crock.

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