By ABC News
"I'm scared and I cannot believe what my City -in which I have contributed so much of my love, time, money and leadership, has now done to me and my innocent family," she wrote.
New York businessman Adam Victor told ABC News Thursday that Kelley once claimed Petraeus had personally arranged for her to received the consul position and that she had access to "senior levels" of the Korean government - connections she could use to help him land a multi-billion dollar deal. Victor said Kelley asked for a two percent commission from the deal, an estimated $80 million payday, but Victor took his business elsewhere, sensing she was unqualified for such an undertaking.
Retired Army Col. Steve Boylan, a friend and former spokesperson for ex-CIA Director Petraeus, said it was "nonsense" that Petraeus had any part in Kelley's alleged Korean deal. "He knows nothing about it," insisted Boylan. "What other people do he can't control." Another source told ABC News that Petraeus had asked Kelley to stop throwing his name around.
A spokesperson for Jill Kelley did not respond to a request for comment Thursday concerning Victor's claims.
READ: Businessman Says Jill Kelley Wanted $80M to Broker Korea Deal