"Plaintiff will testify at trial that he needed to have a disrobed male present in the room with them when the parties had sexual relations in order to maintain an erection. ... This tends to prove that plaintiff was at least bisexual, a fact which should have been obvious to defendant prior to the marriage."
-- Stephen Haller, lawyer for former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey, in court papers filed as part of his ongoing and acrimonious divorce from Dina Matos McGreevey. Matos has claimed she didn't know her husband was gay -- a former driver for the couple has claimed to have engaged in three-ways with the McGreeveys. (Associated Press)