A Manhattan woman who claims she had a long long affair with married multi-millionaire Robert Rosenkranz confronted his wife on Twitter with a photo of a handwritten note from the cheating husband.
Katherine Nelson alleges that Rosenkranz, 72, CEO of the $10 billion Delphi Financial Group and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, tricked her into signing a gag order about the four year relationship.
Shortly after, Nelson tweeted the image to Rosenkranz’s wife, Alexandra Munroe, with the words: “You must have known.”
Munroe replied to Nelson with a blank tweet four days later.
Nelson claims Rosenkranz persuaded her to sign the confidentiality agreement by promising her $100,000 and assuring her “it would not affect their relationship.”
Nelson says she signed it without a lawyer — and never got paid.
Nelson spotted him out with another woman according to a lawsuit filed. She’s asking a judge to void the agreement.
Munroe hasn't left Twitter and even called out her husband recently:
Proud of husband Robert and his @IQ2US team @http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2014/11/13/a_higher_form_of_debate_124652.html— Alexandra Munroe (@akmunroe) November 13, 2014