Teddy Pedersen is a former aide and driver for former New Jersey Governor James McGreevey who said that he had weekly threesomes with the Governor and his divorced wife Dina Matos before the couple married.
Dina Matos, divorced the ex-governor under the pretense that she did not know that he was a homosexual. Teddy was called as a witness in the divorce case. Contesting to Matos' claim, Teddy testified that he had numerous 3-way sexual encounters with McGreevey and Matos, before they were married.
Teddye was given his own room in Drumthwacket, the governor's mansion in Princeton. Teddy said he and the couple even had a nickname for the weekly romps, from 1999 to 2001, that typically began with dinner at T.G.I. Fri day's and ended with a threesome at McGreevey's condo in Woodbridge.
A Woodbridge resident, he be came embroiled in the case when Matos McGreevey asked the court for financial records and correspon dence between McGreevey, his partner Mark O'Donnell, and other friends, including Pedersen. He gave a sealed deposition.
Teddy said he became friendly with the couple in 1999, when McGreevey was preparing his second run for governor. Teddy, then 21, said he often spent 12 hours a day accompanying McGreevey and became friendly with his girlfriend, Dina Matos, as well.
"The more we spend time with each other, the more we begin to trust each other with non-professional things," he said. "That relationship starts to progress, to transform into subtle hints, flirts."
He described in detail the first Friday night encounter, which he said occurred sometime in 1999 and recurred "numerous times" over the ensuing months. Then, the "friday night specials developed into Saturday mornings."
He said his sexual liaisons with the couple blossomed fully during a trip to Atlantic City, but that they stopped after McGreevey was elected governor in November 2001.