Soldiers Mocked Affair Between General and Subordinate in Gross SkitKate Dries3/19/14 1:40pmFiled to: armywomen at warmilitaryjeffrey sinclairfemale captain481EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkAs testimony wraps up in the case of Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair, a new story has been revealed: when General Sinclair left the 172nd Infantry Brigade in 2010, his men put on a "raunchy skit" that consisted of one soldier pretending to be Sinclair and the other pretending to be his now-accuser (then mistress) offering him oral sex.AdvertisementAccording to the New York Times, this was some goodbye party:One soldier wore a wig and dressed as a female officer, knelt in front of a seated soldier who was portraying then-Colonel Sinclair, and "offered to do something for him," recalled Lt. Col. Benjamin Bigelow, who attended the party."There was no question" what the skit was about, Colonel Bigelow testified in a Fort Bragg courtroom on Tuesday. "She was offering to give him oral sex." The spouses of some officers who were in the audience, including General Sinclair's wife, were "shocked, angered and dismayed."There also seemed to be little question about whom the male soldier in the wig was parodying: a female captain who was having an affair with General Sinclair at the time.That female captain has since accused the General of sexual assault but, because of supposed political pressure that came all the way from the Pentagon and possible inaccuracies with the female captain's testimony, Sinclair was offered a new deal and ended up pleading guilty to a number of lesser charges. (For further reading, the ups and downs of this case are outlined in this excellent Times article.) Sinclair is expected to be sentenced this week.