Jill Kelley's pass to MacDill Air Force Base was indefinitely suspended in the past couple of days, Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Steven Warren said Wednesday. Kelley can still enter the base but now must report to the visitor center and sign in.
In 2005, the Kelleys established the Doctor Kelley Cancer Foundation Inc., according to the Florida Department of State.
In 2007, the last year they filed paperwork, the foundation reported revenues of $157,284 to the IRS, all from direct donations, but the charity's expenses totaled the same amount. The group spent $43,317 in meals and entertainment; $38,610 in travel and $25,013 in legal fees, among other things.
The filing also said $58,417 went toward the charity's mission to "research studies into efforts to discover ways to improve the quality of life of terminally-ill adult cancer patients," but it's not clear what specifically the money was spent on.
The only three listed officers for the organization were the Kelleys and Kwaham, who all shared the title of director, according to the IRS filing. The foundation was run out of the Kelleys home.