Jill Kelley does not plan to write a book about her role in ex-CIA director David Petraeus' resignation, TMZ reported.

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"Jill hasn't spoken to any publishers. There hasn't even been a discussion with anybody about a book," a source close to Kelley told the celebrity news website, adding money is not a motive for penning a tell-all.

"Jill's husband [Dr. Scott Kelley] is a very successful surgeon who is very charitable, but definitely not broke," the insider said.

Petraeus, a retired four-star Army general, resigned as CIA director last month when the FBI uncovered his extramarital affair with biographer Paula Broadwell, who sent emails to Kelley, a Florida socialite, warning her to stay away from him.

Kelley has said she reported the emails to the FBI because she felt they were threatening.