Arlene Guzman Wiki Bio
Arlene Guzman Todd is the wife of Jeremy Todd and the woman accused of sexting North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham. Guzman Todd is married to veteran Jeremy Todd, 36, and lives in southern California. They have two children together.
Text messages between Guzman Todd, 36, and Cunningham, 47, were leaked on the night of October 1 by NationalFile.com. The National File report includes pictures of text messages that were sent between Guzman Todd and Cunningham.
National File is rated as an “extreme right” news website by Media Bias Fact Check that largely posts a mixture of “conspiracy and pseudoscience.” The site was founded in 2019.“National File is a bold new media project focused on hard news regarding cultural movements, political issues, the tech industry, and other topics pertaining to the New Right.” The section says that the website’s editorial staff is made up of former journalists from Breitbart, The Daily Caller, Washington Free Beacon and Big League Politics.
In One Message, Guzman Todd Told Cunningham to ‘Be Ready to Kiss A Lot’
20 years ago, and today. I am grateful to be on this journey with my best friend, who warms me with her smile, keeps me on my toes with her wit, and amazes me with her determination to make the world a better place. pic.twitter.com/nDfqFR5471
– Cal Cunningham (@CalforNC) May 14, 2020
Cunningham has known his wife, Elizabeth, since 1997 and the couple married in 2000. They have two children together.
In a text message to Guzman Todd, Cunningham wrote: “I’d make my day to turn around and kiss you now.” She wrote: “I have flexibility this month – finished school, training, big requests for proposals, etc. So the only thing I want on my to-do list is you.” Cunningham called Guzman Todd “historically sexy,” while she wrote, “Pick a day, city, make up an excuse for the family, ditch an employee, starch your white shirt, and get ready to kiss a lot.”
Cunningham confirmed the messages were authentic in a statement to The News & Observer in Raleigh. The former state senator added that he will not abandon the upcoming elections in North Carolina. Cunningham faces current Republican Thom Tillis in the November vote. On October 2, Tillis confirmed that she was diagnosed with COVID-19.
In an exchange, Cunningham told Guzman Todd that he was “nervous for the next 100 days.”
Guzman Todd’s Husband Said in 2016 That His Wife Was a ‘Superhero’ Who ‘Carried Him Through’
According to Jeremy Todd’s now-deleted LinkedIn page, he served for 15 years in the US Army. Todd studied at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business and his story appeared in an article on the website. from school in 2016. Todd told the website that he had been deployed to five combat missions during his time in the military.
Todd told the website that, as a 33-year-old USC student, he became engaged to the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, “with the blessing of his wife Arlene.” He paid heartfelt tribute to his wife in the interview, saying:
My wife helped me. She really is the superhero in all of this. Wives are the unsung heroes of the military, the wives who take care of everything. Without good wives and family, I don’t believe that soldiers will be successful in their missions and in everything they do.
Guzman Todd Says on Her Facebook Page: ‘If You Want to Make God Laugh, Tell Him Your Plans’
Guzman Todd said on her now-deleted LinkedIn page that she is the director of media relations for a representative body of cannabis distributors in California. She was previously an adjunct professor at California State University, where she taught in the communications department. Guzman Todd was quoted in an article on Parent.com about the use of cameras in child care. She said, “I am a huge fan of cameras, they helped provide a sense of security and allowed me to build trust by observing the caregiver’s interactions with my children.”
At the time of writing, there is little publicly visible information on Guzman Todd’s Facebook page. A quote under her profile picture reads: “If you want to make God laugh, tell her your plans.”
Guzman Todd’s Husband Broke His Spine During Active Service
In May 2020, Guzman Todd started a petition on Change.org to gain support for her husband’s campaign to continue his active duty in the US Army so that he could qualify for a full pension. She wrote that during his time in the service, Jeremy Todd broke his spine in an aerial operation.
At the time of writing this report, the petition had more than 10,000 signatures. In an update to the page, Guzman Todd said she was reaching out to politicians on her husband’s behalf, but received no responses. Cunningham is an active lieutenant colonel in the United States Army. Cunningham has been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and received a bronze star medal.