Edwards' mistress seeks return of alleged sex tape

(CNN) -- The legal battle over a sex tape allegedly showing former Sen. John Edwards and former mistress Rielle Hunter is expected to further unfold in a North Carolina court Friday. Former Edwards aide Andrew Young and his wife, Cheri, are expected to appear in court to contest a temporary restraining order forbidding them from disseminating the videotape and seeking its return to Hunter. In court filings, Hunter said she is seeking the return of "a personal video recording that depicted matters of a very private and personal nature." The Youngs say they possess "a video recording showing Senator Edwards engaged in sexual activities with a woman who, from all indications, is not his wife and who the Youngs believe to be Ms. Hunter, based upon her appearance," court documents say. The woman on the tape is visibly pregnant, the Youngs say. That means the video might not be the one specified in the restraining order, because Hunter said that tape was created in September 2006, the Youngs