Newly revealed voicemails from disgraced former congressman Gary Condit for Chandra Levy, the D.C. intern who was found slain in 2001, have raised questions about their relationship.
"It’s around 6:30. I haven't heard from you,” he said in the message. "Maybe you're out of the country or something. Anyway, give me a call if you get this message. Bye."
For 15 years, Condit has refused to say if he had an affair with Levy.
The voicemails, obtained by ABC’s 20/20, seem to confirm what many have long believed — that Condit and Levy were more than just friends.
"Give me a rundown on kind of what your schedule is. Things are looking pretty good for me today anyway. Bye,” he said in another message.
Condit was cleared as a suspect in her murder. An undocumented immigrant from El Salvador was later found guilty, but that conviction was later overturned.
20/20's Deborah Roberts told Inside Edition: “The prosecution found they didn't have a witness. They didn't have a case. Out of the blue the case was dropped, and now we are back to wondering what happened to Chandra Levy.”
The 20/20 investigation airs Friday night.