CHARLOTTE, NC (WSOC) -- Paula Broadwell, the woman named as the alleged extra-marital lover of David Petraeus, returned to her Dilworth home at 4:50 p.m. Sunday.
Petraeus, a former four-star general in the U.S. Army, resigned as Director of the CIA due to the affair.
Broadwell previously was spotted at her brother's home D.C. home earlier in the week.
An Eyewitness News reporter was on hand to ask Broadwell and husband Scott Broadwell questions when they arrived home.
Paula Broadwell politely said, "No comment."
The FBI searched Broadwell's house in Charlotte on Nov. 12 with her consent.
The agents found classified documents there, which she told them to expect. After a four-hour search, the agents seized a computer and boxes of evidence. Her security clearance at suspended on Nov. 14.