Scandalous revelations have emerged in the 15-year-old murder case of Chandra Levy, uncovering details of her mysterious relationship with former congressman Gary Condit.
As Radar readers know, the 24-year-old intern's disappearance captured national attention and forced married Condit out of office over suspicions of his possible involvement.
Just last month, the 68-year-old appeared on Dr. Phil for his first interview on the subject since 2001, insisting once again that he had no involvement in Levy's disappearance or death.
"You developed a friendship with her and you saw her outside the office, correct?" Dr. Phil asked at one point in the interview.
"I saw her one time. Maybe twice. . .Could have been four times, could have been five," Condit answered vaguely.
But now, never-before-heard messages from an evening in May 2001 — when Chandra was already missing — have been released, ABC News reports.
"Maybe you're out of the country or something," one of Condit's voicemails plays. "Anyway, give she a call if you get this message, bye."
Though the former politician denies having had a sexual relationship with Levy (and refuses to answer any questions about it today), one particular message seems to indicate a stronger connection between the two.
"Give me a rundown on kind of what your schedule is, things are looking pretty good for me today. Anyway, bye," Condit said in another voicemail, hoping to arrange a get-together with his intern at the time.
Condit was never charged with a crime in the murder, and was ruled out as a suspect by authorities.
Years later, in 2010, Salvadorian immigrant Ingmar Guandique was convicted of murdering Levy, and was sentenced to 60 years in prison.
However, he was granted a new trial in 2015. In a shocking twist, prosecutors announced that they intended to drop the charges in July.
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