A complaint was filed to the Department of Defense inspector general requesting an investigation into North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham, a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve, related to his extramarital affair, according to a report.
The complaint, first reported by Townhall, is filed by Army Chief Warrant Officer 4 (Ret.) Jason G. Davis on October 7, 2020. It requests that a “full and complete investigation be conducted into the actions of LTC James Calvin Cunningham, III, USAR, based on recent national media reports.”
Nationalfile.com revealed last week that Cunningham, a married father of two, had exchanged text messages of a sexual nature with public relations executive Arlene Guzman Todd, who is married to a wounded combat soldier.
Follow-up reporting by the Nationalfile.com and the Associated Press revealed that Cunningham and Guzman Todd had at least one in-person sexual encounter as recently as July in his home.