Paula Broadwell's got a nice place to hide away while some of the chit-chat about her and former lover David Petraeus dies down - her brother's $2.3 million Washington D.C. townhouse.
Broadwell still isn't talking about the affair that brought Petraeus down from his CIA directorship and ruined his career. And as the media surrounds her brother's huge home, she's only been seen once through photos taken through her the home's kitchen window.
Shes's managed to evade the media since she's been there, though, and the only reason reporters knew she was there was because a jogger found her lost driver's license in a nearby park and alerted them.
Broadwell is accused of sending threatening emails to Tampa socialite Jill Kelley, sparking an FBI investigation that lead to the discovery that she and the retired general were sleeping together.
The news about the scandal broke while Broadwell and her doctor husband Scott were enjoying a two-day getaway in Little Washington, Virginia, for her birthday.
Sources told the Washingtonian.com that the couple had enjoyed 'strenuous' bike rides, champagne and cozy dinners since arriving at the luxury inn last Thursday evening - the day before the scandal hit the news.
No trace of her was seen or heard since they left the inn the day after the reports broke, until she was spotted in Washington Tuesday night, and her husband and kids haven't been seen either at her brother's house or in their Charleston, NC home.