SEPARATED FROM HUSBAND, ROSENBERG REUNITES WITH COLLEAGUES [+VIDEO]
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JAN. 11, 2018....Sen. Stanley Rosenberg, back on Beacon Hill where he said he hopes to resume his work as a rank-and file senator after giving up the presidency in December, said Thursday he has separated from his husband Bryon Hefner, who precipitated his fall from power after being accused of sexually harassing at least four men who have business before the Legislature.
Rosenberg made his first public appearance at the State House since a tearful press conference in early December when he acknowledged the accusations against his husband and announced that Hefner would seek treatment for alcohol dependence.
"I have," Rosenberg said, when asked if had separated from his husband of one year. Asked what went into that decision, Rosenberg said, "That's personal and he is getting the treatment for alcohol that he needs and that's about all that can be said about that."
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