Democrat North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham has dropped out of a virtual town hall amid an extramarital sexual texting scandal and a second affair allegation emerged.
Per Townhall “following Cunningham’s weekend scandal, that has gained national attention, the National File reports that the Senate hopeful allegedly has a second mistress. The report shows a Facebook comment from a woman named Erin Brinkman, who claims that a close friend also engaged in a multi-year affair with Cunningham, and that she was “devastated” after hearing of his adulterous message exchanges with Todd.
“He’s been having an affair with a good friend of mine since 2012. Not the woman mentioned in the story. Needless to say, my friend was devastated. But my feeling is, if they’ll cheat WITH you, they’ll cheat ON you!,” she wrote.”
Where there’s smoke…
From the reporter that broke the Cunningham sex scandal story:
“North Carolina-based lawyer Erin Brinkman stated on Facebook that her friend has been having an affair with …Cal Cunningham since 2012 & the friend was ‘devastated’” https://t.co/kxTy9zJ6Dr pic.twitter.com/J1OF5DDbZz
— Jesse Hunt (@JJHunt10) October 5, 2020
looks like Cal Cunningham may have a second mistress.
He’s been hiding out & refusing to answer more questions since confessing to sexts with the wife of a combat veteran.
— Joanna Rodriguez (@joannamrod) October 5, 2020
Drip drip drip.
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) October 5, 2020
NationalFile revealed Cunningham’s sext messages with Arlene Guzman Todd, a Veteran’s wife. Cunningham himself is married with 2 children.
Cunningham calls Guzman Todd “historically sexy” and says “I’ve had the most amazing dreams of our time together and am thinking of you too!” suggesting an affair.
In a statement to the News & Observer the North Carolina Democrat said “I have hurt my family, disappointed my friends, and am deeply sorry. The first step in repairing those relationships is taking complete responsibility, which I do. I ask that my family’s privacy be respected in this personal matter. I remain grateful and humbled by the ongoing support that North Carolinians have extended in this campaign, and in the remaining weeks before this election I will continue to work to earn the opportunity to fight for the people of our state.”