Boseman Said She's Not Responsible for Wright's Problems

NEW HANOVER COUNTY -- State Senator Julia Boseman said she's not responsible for former Representative Thomas Wright's legal problems.

When Wright took the stand Thursday, he testified that his problems began when he didn't support Boseman in her run for office in 2006.

After that testimony, Boseman said she received calls from people across the state about his comments.

She said she has nothing to do with Wright's troubles.

"We need to take responsibility for our own actions, I am not responsible for setting up three different bank accounts, and soliciting money in the name of a charity for his own personal use or spending money at victoria's secret. I'm not responsible for the things that thomas did," said Boseman.

The Senator said she believes Wright is guilty.