Robert Julian Bentley (born February 3, 1943) is an American former politician and physician who served as the 53rd Governor of Alabama from 2011 until 2017 upon his resignation after a political scandal and subsequent arrest. A member of the Republican Party, Bentley was elected governor in 2010 and re-elected in ...
Apr 10, 2017 ... Robert Bentley resigned Monday, his power and popularity diminished by a sex scandal that staggered the state, brought him to the brink of impeachment and prompted a series of criminal investigations. Ellen Brooks, a special prosecutor, said Mr. Bentley quit in connection with a plea agreement on two ...
Dec 29, 2017 ... Former Gov. Robert Bentley said his decision to leave office was motivated by his desire to keep his medical license and that he still sees former advisor - and alleged romantic interest - Rebekah Caldwell Mason "occasionally."
Apr 4, 2018 ... A grand jury has determined no additional charges are warranted in an investigation of allegations that former Gov. Robert Bentley, who pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors last year, broke state ethics laws and misused state property to pursue a relationship with a staffer. The grand jury's final report, ...
Apr 4, 2018 ... Former Montgomery County District Attorney Ellen Brooks announced today that the investigation of former Gov. Robert Bentley and others is over and that no additional charges will be filed. The special grand jury empaneled in July 2016 has issued a final report and been dissolved, Brooks announced.
Apr 10, 2018 ... HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- A year ago today Gov. Robert Bentley resigned from office amid the fallout from an alleged affair with his former top political advisor Rebekah Mason.
Jun 22, 2016 ... Burner phones! Secret tapes! The sex scandal currently engulfing the governor of Alabama has it all, except a typical villain. Robert Bentley was a kindly old grandpa and Sunday-school teacher. Then he got into politics and found that new temptations come with the keys to the governor's mansion.
Kay Ellen Ivey is the 54th Governor of Alabama. During her tenure, Alabama has experienced tremendous economic growth - $6 billion in investments; more than 13, 000 new jobs; and record low unemployment.