(Raleigh News Observer) Wake County school board member Debra Goldman on Tuesday turned away detailed questions about recent controversies surrounding a 2010 burglary at her house, dismissing them as the work of her estranged husband.
Her school board colleagues appeared ready to move forward on other matters including student assignment. Neither board members nor speakers during a public comment period raised the matter. In her comments to media, Goldman blamed her husband for the controversy and turned an interview to the subject of her run for state auditor.
Her husband, Steven Goldman, has denied sending a much-discussed police report on the burglary to media outlets but has been in occasional contact with The News & Observer on matters involving the couple’s child custody and divorce issues.
“There is one person who has peppered the media for over a year,” Debra Goldman said.
Goldman called the release of the police report and other information about the break-in the work of one vengeful person. It was clear from the context and from previous statements by Goldman that she was referring to her husband. The two are in the process of getting a divorce.
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