Greitens admits to extramarital affair before taking office In previous comments, Greitens had said he made "a personal mistake" and was "sorry for the pain it caused to everyone impacted, including (wife) Sheena, our boys, our families, our friends, and the people who have relied on me." The matter was something he and his wife wanted to deal with privately and from which they were moving on, Greitens repeatedly said.
"They must know that the Office of the Circuit Attorney will hold public officials accountable in the same manner as any other resident of our city. Louis deserve a thorough investigation of these allegations.
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The Circuit Attorney asked if the Governor would be making a statement that is any different from his public statements," spokeswoman Susan Ryan said.
"His lawyers said they wanted to share the 'human' side of his story.