Supervisor Bruce Gibson’s wife files for divorce
January 24, 2013
Grace Crittenden cited irreconcilable differences on the legal document she filed.
On Nov. 16, Gibson admitted that he was having an affair with his legislative assistant. At the time, Gibson said his assistant would no longer work in his office and claimed he was planning to file for divorce from Crittenden. According to the divorce petition, the couple has been separated since Nov. 11.
Last week, Gibson admitted he had brought his mistress back to work in his office as his subordinate. The county then posted an agreement between Gibson and Cherie Aispuro in which they claim they will not sue the county over their affair.
Crittenden, a local physician, is seeking spousal support, attorney’s fees and property rights.