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Paula Broadwell, Woman In Petraeus Scandal, Thought To Be Hiding Out In D.C.'s Mount Pleasant Neighborhood (PHOTOS)

In this Jan. 15, 2012 photo, Paula Broadwell, author of the David Petraeus biography "All In," poses for photos in Charlotte,
In this Jan. 15, 2012 photo, Paula Broadwell, author of the David Petraeus biography "All In," poses for photos in Charlotte, N.C. Petraeus, the retired four-star general renowned for taking charge of the military campaigns in Iraq and then Afghanistan, abruptly resigned Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 as director of the CIA, admitting to an extramarital affair. Petraeus carried on the affair with Broadwell, according to several U.S. officials with knowledge of the situation. (AP Photo/The Charlotte Observer, T. Ortega Gaines) LOCAL TV OUT (WSOC, WBTV, WCNC, WCCB); LOCAL PRINT OUT (CHARLOTTE BUSINESS JOURNAL, CREATIVE LOAFLING, CHARLOTTE WEEKLY, MECHLENBURG TIMES, CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE, CHARLOTTE PARENTS) LOCAL RADIO OUT (WBT)

WASHINGTON -- Paula Broadwell, former CIA Director David Petraeus' biographer and alleged mistress, is thought to be camped out at her brother's house in D.C.'s Mount Pleasant neighborhood (not in the "suburb" of Petworth, as was reported by one British newspaper). Which helps explain why her driver's license -- yet unclaimed -- was found not far from the house, in Rock Creek Park.

Check out the historically significant house -- as DCist noted, it was previously owned by the neighborhood's first black family, the Deanes, whose purchase of the house violated a restrictive covenant -- and some other notable, delicious and discreet locations in Mount Pleasant:

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Paula Broadwell's Mount Pleasant
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