Sanford to Appear on Trespassing Charge

Wed Apr 17, 2013 AT 2:36 AM EDT

Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford must appear in court two days after running for a vacant congressional seat to answer a complaint that he trespassed at his ex-wife’s home, according to court documents acquired by The Associated Press on Tuesday. The complaint says Jenny Sanford confronted Sanford leaving her Sullivans Island home on Feb. 3 by a rear door, using his cell phone for a flashlight. In an email to Politico, Ms. Sanford said that it was not she who made the documents public. In an interview with Roll Call Jenny Sanford, until now, had stayed out of the campaign. In an interview with Roll Call last week, she said that she would not make an endorsement in the contest. “I don’t have any thoughts on the race that I am currently interested in sharing with the public and I have no plans to endorse,” Jenny Sanford said. “I remain completely focused on the four wonderful men in my life and happily so.”

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