LOS ANELES (LALATE) – Natalie Khawam emails about husband Grayson Wolfe dominated a court dispute just last winter. Natalie Khawam is the twin sister of Jill Kelley who is accused of sending twenty to thirty thousand emails to General John Allen over just a two year period. Kelley is also the recipient of the roughly handful of emails from alleged David Petraeus mistress Paula Broadwell.
But apparently, at the time that Jill Kelley was writing thousands of emails, her twin sister Natalie Khawam was sending alleged harassing emails to her husband’s friends and co-workers. The latest web of Khawam-Kelley email paths from 2011 is revealed in new court documents published by the New York Post today.
FBI investigators confirm that in just twenty-four months Natalie Khawam’s sister was the recipient of General Allen’s “inappropriate” emails. But at the same time, in November 2011, a court found that Kelley’s sister was sending purportedly harassing emails to her ex-husband’s co-workers “excoriated Mr. Wolfe for being a horrible father and husband.”
The court ultimately took issue with Khawam, a lawyer, and her allegations against her ex-husband. It found that domestic-violence allegations were “part of an ever-expanding set of sensational accusations . . . that are so numerous, so extraordinary and [so] distorted that they defy any common-sense view of reality.”
Initial news reports called Jill Kelley and Natalie Khawam as “twin Florida socialites”. But the Telegraph today claims that Natalie allegedly “declared herself bankrupt earlier this year with liabilities of $3.6 million, filings show. ”
The Telegraph moreover claims that she filed for bankruptcy this April and listed “owed more than $3 million spanning taxes, property debts, legal fees and personal loans to associates – including $800,000 from Mrs. Kelley and her husband, who have taken her in at their Tampa mansion.” She is being sued by own person who claims that she allegedly “fraudulently omitted Rolex watches, sable mink furs and a diamond ring” form a bankruptcy filing. Khawam has denied any wrongdoing.