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>> Missouri Governor, Eric Greitens, has been indicted on a felony invasion of privacy charge. The indictment stems from a probe into an extramarital affair and an allegation of blackmail involving the Republican Governor. Greitens admitted to cheating on his wife in March of 2015, before he was elected, but denied charges that he took compromising photographs of the woman involved.
He also denied that he had threatened to release them if she revealed the affair. However, Thursday's indictment says Greitens knowingly photographed a person in a state of full or partial nudity without her consent, and that he transmitted the image in a manner that allowed access to it via a computer.
In his first interview after admitting to the affair, Greitens denied blackmailing the woman and called it a consensual relationship. The first-term Governor and former Navy SEAL described himself during his campaign as a very proud husband and father, and often included his wife and two small children in his television ads.