Tampa, Florida -- Socialite Jill Kelley, a key player in the David Petraeus sex scandal, has lost her pass to MacDill Air Force Base.
Officials say Kelley was first issued a "Friends of MacDill" pass to get on and off the base in 2010. It was re-issued in February but revoked this week as details of the former CIA Director's scandal unfolded.
Kelley, who has been friends with retired general may also be losing her Honorary Consul status as well. 10 News has learned the South Korean government is considering pulling the designation that Kelley received this past August.
During a 911 call earlier this week, Kelley alluded to her honorary status when she suggested to a dispatcher that she should get special treatment citing diplomatic protection.
On Wednesday, Tampa Police alsoreleased a series of police reports coming from the Kelley's Bayshore Boulevard home.
During one call in 2010 about a possible stalker, Kelley's sister Natalie Khawam told the investigating officer that while she was in Washington D.C. her husband told her he would do everything in his power to upset her way of life, including killing her.
Petraeus has admitted to having an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell.
The FBI was tipped off to the affair after Kelley told an FBI agent about harassing emails Broadwell was sending her.
Petraeus, who is friends the Kelley family, denies he ever had an affair Kelley.
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- Paula Broadwell's interview on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
- Petraeus shocked over Broadwell emails
- Generals backed Kelley's sister in court
- Media stakeout grows in front of Kelley's Tampa home
- 911 calls from Kelley household released
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