(Daily Mail) -Moving mistress Rielle Hunter and their love child Quinn closer to his North Carolina home may have made John Edwards happy - but the same cannot be said about his neighbors.
It was reported today the disgraced politician and Hunter get so frisky and loud during their bedtime trysts, they have received complaints about the noise.
The former presidential candidate, 59, is said to spend most nights at the Chapel Hill home he recently bought for Rielle and a source told The National Enquirer: ‘It has pretty much turned into his booze and sex romp hideaway.’
The source added: ‘When they get a little tipsy, they get so frisky that their lovemaking becomes embarrassingly loud.
‘One day an elderly neighbor walked right up to Rielle and said, “Try to keep it down next time”. John was mortified when Rielle told him but she clearly gets a kick out of it.’
Edwards moved the 48-year-old and their four-year-old daughter to Carolina just three months after they announced they had split up.
He was said to have grown tired of making the three-hour drive to Charlotte and wanted his two families to be close to each other.
His oldest daughter Cate, 30, still refuses to acknowledge Rielle’s existence.
However, the National Enquirer reported in October the pair were back together again with a source saying that Rielle hoped to eventually move into the palatial home he once shared with Elizabeth.
The pair broke up this summer upon the release of Rielle’s book, What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter and Me, in which she shockingly referred to Edwards’ late wife Elizabeth as a ‘witch on wheels’.
Elizabeth lost her fight against cancer on December 7, 2010, aged 61, leaving behind her three children with Edwards, Cate, 30, Emma Claire, 14, and Jack,12.
Despite announcing their split, Rielle and Edwards were later seen frolicking on the beach with their little girl.
For her part, Rielle continues to back Edwards, insisting she would have fallen for him even if he had not been a powerful senator.
She said: ‘If John Edwards were working in a gas station and I met him, that would be my guy.’