Indicted in GWB case, ex-Christie aide Bridget Anne Kelly says she’ll ‘no longer allow the lies’


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For 16 months, eight words defined her: “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.”

She had not spoken publicly since Governor Christie fired her when he learned of that email. She said nothing when a report commissioned by his office described her as emotional and overwhelmed. And she stayed quiet as the investigations into the George Washington Bridge scandal grew.

On Friday, now indicted by a federal grand jury, Bridget Anne Kelly spoke: “Let me make something very clear. I am not guilty of these charges.”


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