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Asked on: 2/16/06, 6:48 am

Accused of Adultry

I'' a male apparently under an investigation regarding an accusation of adultry. The female was going through an informal investigation at her duty station in the US, she was questioned and ask if we have ever had sex, her answer was ''no''. I'm outside of the US and have not been questioned at all. With the mess she was going through she wanted to get away, my suggestion was she come see me (another country), get away, see some sites. Upon her return her unit, she and I were accused by her command of adultry based on her coming here. She did not stay with me during her visit here. I did not want to make things difficult due to I'm married. I have been seperated for going three years and currently waiting for the petition paperwork to arrive to US. This girls friend is the one who has gave this information to the command, about many things to include that this girl and I having sex. She has gone as far to say that she has witnessed the sex, well as she stated, ''I didn't see it, but I heard noises when the lights were out''. A few people stayed at my room that night and we didi not have sex. Is there need to worry about this? My commander gives mixed readings, and will never tell me anything. What should I do?

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