Babymama Drama: John Edwards' Mistress Finally Speaks Out

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Where are my pants? Credit: Mark Seliger/GQ

How do you rehab your image after a high-profile, scandalicious affair with a former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate? In the case of John Edwards' babymama Rielle Hunter, that meant doing a nothing-is-off-limits interview with GQ.

When asked, in a roundabout way, why she told her story for free, rather than making money on it , Hunter says:

"I could have cashed out big. But that's not what I'm about. I love Johnny and I love my daughter more than anything in the world, and I don't want to ever do anything to hurt them or hurt their relationship."

Like, say, posing on a bed sans pants and revealing the intimate details of your relationship in a national magazine?

But maybe we're being too hard on her. Does Rielle Hunter deserve some sympathy?

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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