Former U.S. Congressman Gary Condit, whose bright political career ended after his connection to siain federal intern Chandra Levy was discovered, is still planning to release a book, according to a report on AOL News.
However, Condit's attorney tells the website that it won't be released until after the trial of Ingmar Guandique, who is accused of killing Levy in 2001.
"I've read it. I think it's one of the most dramatic stories I've read," Bert Fields, Condit's attorney and spokesman, told the site. "It's a Shakespearean drama."
TBD sent an e-mail to Fields on Wednesday morning and has not yet heard back. That might be because it was about 5 a.m. in Los Angeles when TBD sent said e-mail, though.
News of Condit's plans for a book had previously been reported, but there could be a renewed interest in the former congressman's story because of the Levy trial.
Fields has also said Condit expects to testify at Guandique's trial, which started Monday with jury selection. Condit was included on a list of people who might be called as witnesses or whose names might come up during testimony. Robert and Susan Levy, Chandra's parents, were also included on that list.