New York, Sept.10 : Elizabeth Edwards, the cancer-stricken wife of former Democratic presidential frontrunner John Edwards, reportedly had videos produced by his lover Rielle Hunter removed from campaign promotionals, suggesting that she knew more about the affair than what others thought she did.
Edwards has said that he told his wife about the affair "at the end of 2006" and that everything ended after that, but within days of the end of 2006, Web videos produced by Hunter about Edwards disappeared from his campaign Web site and from YouTube, reports Fox News.
The theory among Edwards campaign insiders is that she finally put two and two together.
"She realized this blonde woman who was always around and who made these videos, there was something going on," a source said.
In fact, Hunter and her videos disappeared, only to be replaced by new videos made by a videographer who'd worked for Elizabeth Edwards' brother, Jay Anania.
Peter Cairns had worked for Anania on a project called Commedia and a video called "The Lost Hours."