Kamala Harris, the ‘Crown Jewel’ of the Democratic party was busted earlier today over her Extramarital affair with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.

Reports say both Willie Brown and Kamala Harris has been silent and avoided commenting on any questions raised that concerns the relationship that both had in the 90’s.

But all this changed after Brown in his weekly San Francisco Chronicle Column ‘spilled the beans’, acknowledging the issue between the two, in his own words, as the “Elephant in the room.”

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Brown admitted to have used his powerful post when he was Speaker of the California State Assembly and running for mayor, to boost the political carrier of Kamala Harris. He admitted to having appointed her to two state commissions and also to have been proactively involved in her first race for district attorney in San Francisco even after their breakup in 95.

According to Freebeacon,

Former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown broke his silence on his relationship with Democratic senator Kamala Harris on Saturday, admitting in his weekly column that he used his powerful post to boost her young career when they dated.

Brown, who was openly in an extramarital relationship with Harris when he was speaker of the California State Assembly and running for mayor, had avoided commenting on his relationship with Harris since she announced her run for president a week ago. Harris has also managed to avoid addressing the role Brown played in the early stages of her political career.

“I’ve been peppered with calls from the national media about my ‘relationship’ with Kamala Harris, most of which I have not returned,” Brown wrote. “Yes, we dated.”

Brown goes on to address the fact that he appointed Harris, who was just a few years out of law school and working at the Alameda County district attorney’s office, to two well-paid posts on California state commissions and later helped her in her first election.

“Yes, I may have influenced her career by appointing her to two state commissions when I was Assembly speaker,” he writes. “And I certainly helped with her first race for district attorney in San Francisco.”

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