Judge Jeanine Pirro had her private life exposed during recent testimony at the pre-trial hearings for Robert Durst, the megabucks Big Apple real estate heir linked to the 1982 disappearance of his wife Kathleen.
A witness blabbed that the former Westchester County D.A. — who now hosts FOX’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” — plunged into an affair with Texas detective Cody Cazalas while researching and writing her Durst book, “He Killed Them All.”
At the time, Cody was probing the 2001 fatal beating and dismemberment of Morris Black, Durst’s Galveston neighbor.
Durst beat that rap, but he’s now accused of the murder of Susan Berman, who once provided a deposition in his defense during the investigation into Kathleen’s disappearance.
Meanwhile, a romantic connection flamed up between Cody and Jeanine, according to testimony.
But The ENQUIRER had already caught a clue about the two singles mingling — with Cody posting pics on Facebook in 2014 that showed him cooking up some pasta and writing: “I made the homemade meatballs, but Jeanine wouldn’t let me near the sauce!”