E-mails from Assemblyman Joseph Cryan (D-Union County) and lobbyist lobbyist Karen Golding published by the New York Post have reignited the controversy surrounding a stalking case between the two.

Assemblyman Joseph Cryan (D-Union) (NJ Democrats)

Golding was convicted of stalking Cryan's girlfriend in 2006. A judge ordered the explicit e-mails sealed but somehow found their way to the newspaper's website on Monday. At the time, Cryan denied having a relationship with Golding, who wanted the e-mails to be released in order to reduce her sentence according to the Star Ledger.

Gregory Mueller, the first assistant prosecutor for Sussex County who is prosecuting Golding,told the Star Ledger he will investigate how the emails wound up on a reporter's driveway.

Cryan has since married the woman stalked by Golding. He face a primary opponent in his try for re-election.