Lovebirds No Longer
When lobbyists fall out of love, it can get messy. Juleanna Glover and Jeffrey Weiss were among the city's most sociable young power couples until they split in 2007. On Wednesday, his firm filed suit against her in federal court in D.C., claiming she illegally tapped into his private computer files. The suit from Weiss's Global Policy Partners Inc. (first reported by Bloomberg) alleges that Glover put spyware on his laptop computer around the time they first filed for divorce -- and that she "broke into [his] e-mail account" to obtain "decisive, unfair advantage" in their divorce proceedings. And: That she allegedly used information gleaned from his files to try to lure GPP's clients over to her own firm, the Ashcroft Group, led by former U.S. attorney general John Ashcroft. Also: That she allegedly threatened Weiss that she would "ruin" him personally and professionally, and once told him, "I will kill you." Glover declined to comment. Mark Corallo, a rep for Ashcroft Group, said "the allegations are baseless and without merit."
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