Sorta makes sense: What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!
It appears she was hired a couple months ago, but the station’s website makes no mention of her presence on its news team.
Caddell became the butt of late-night talk show jokes when the Boca Raton-based National Enquirer turned the tables on Hansen, who then hosted the controversial Dateline segment To Catch a Predator. Hansen worked with police to catch alleged sex fiends who used the Internet to find young victims.
The very married dad of two Hansen became a target of the Enquirer in June 2011, when its sleuths surreptitiously filmed him on a date with Caddell at the Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach. They filmed the two of them entering her Palm Beach condo building at night, then him leaving in the morning with the same clothes on.
While WPTV officials acted like the firestorm that followed didn’t exist, Caddell ended up working out of the Treasure Coast and quietly left the station in December 2011.
She worked as a free lance reporter at a Seattle, Wash., station before taking the Vegas gig.
No one at her news station off The Strip is talking.
Ironically, the tabloid reported that Hansen had yet another mistress — a showgirl based in, of all places, Las Vegas.