The former domestic partner of Sen. Julia Boseman says her signature was forged on campaign reports.
Melissa Jarrell said in the complaint filed Monday with the State Board of Elections her signature was forged eight times on Boseman's campaign finance reports from 2004 to 2006. Jarrell was Boseman's campaign manager for six years but left the job soon after the couple split.
Boseman told the Star-News of Wilmington the allegations are false. The New Hanover County Democrat said Jarrell had authorized someone else to sign the forms because of her busy schedule.
Boseman and Jarrell have been in a custody dispute over their son.
When the reports were filed, a person who certified a campaign report with untrue information could be prosecuted for perjury.