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Metro Vice Mayor appoints committee to investigate Mayor Barry

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Vice Mayor David Briley has appointed seven Councilmembers to serve on a committee to investigate Mayor Megan Barry’s travel and other expenses.

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Auditor to work with Metro Council Special Committee on Barry investigation

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Officials from the Metro Nashville Office on Internal Audit confirmed Tuesday a request for the Metro Audit Committee to investigate Mayor Megan Barry's affair was approved. 

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FULL INTERVIEW: Mayor Barry answers questions related to affair with former bodyguard Video included

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In a one-on-one interview, the News 4 I-Team asked Mayor Barry some of the questions many have wondered since she went public with her affair last week. 

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Records show mayor, bodyguard planned to travel to Grammy Awards last month Video included

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Records obtained by the News 4 I-Team show Mayor Barry was scheduled to travel to the 2018 Grammy Awards with her former bodyguard just days before they admitted to having an extramarital affair. 

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Attorney: Mayor Barry not involved in inappropriate relationships with other Metro employees

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An attorney representing Mayor Megan Barry sent a letter to media outlets saying she has not been involved in relationships with other Metro employees.

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TBI to investigate if Mayor Barry broke law during affair with bodyguard

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District Attorney General Glenn Funk has asked the TBI to investigate whether Nashville Mayor Megan Barry or others violated any criminal law, according to a statement from the D.A.’s office.

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Nashville mayor admits affair with security chief Video included

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Nashville Mayor Megan Barry has admitted that she had an affair with the former head of her security detail, according to a statement released by the Mayor's office on Wednesday.

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I-Team: Mayor, bodyguard lingered on taxpayer-funded trips after public events

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On more than one occasion, Mayor Megan Barry and her former bodyguard stayed on taxpayer-funded trips for days after completing city business. The News 4 I-Team discovered that in some cases, the pair did not immediately fly back to Nashville after scheduled public events ended.

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I-Team: Did taxpayer money fund any part of Mayor Barry's affair?

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The News4 I-Team's Chief Investigative Reporter Jeremy Finley looked into how taxpayer dollars were spent on solo trips between the mayor and her bodyguard, Robert Forrest, including the stunning overtime pay he's earned on her detail since she took office. 

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